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Full text of "Fragmenta genealogica"

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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/ have had printed at my Private Press 
Fifty copies of " Fragmenta Genea/ogica," 
Vol. V. This copy is No. 43 



Grove Park., Denmark Hill, 
London, S.E. 



FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA 



FRAGMENTA- 
GENEALOGICA 



VOL. V. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS OF 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 
1900 



1369810 

CONTENTS. 



CHURCH NOTES. 



Verney 



PAGE 

9-25 



DEEDS. 

Assessment for the Poor for the Parish of Amersham, co. Bucks, 1703 . 87-92 
Berkeley, co. Gloucester ...... 94-121 

Goddard ......... 121, 122 

Sancroft .......... 122 

Wentworth ......... 86 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES, &c. 



Atcherley . 
Bayley 
Bones 

Bramston . 
Bruce 

Bullock and Post 
Bunbury 

Burcham and Jacksor. 
Butcher 

Calverley, Wade and Trevelyan 
Carter 
Carvick 
Chase 
Clark 

Clench and Wyatt 
Collens 
Cooper 
Davis 
Deare 
Denton 

Doe and Godfrey 
Driver and Fairbank 
Finch and South 
Foote 
Freeman 
Godden 

Godfry and Butt 
Herbert 

Horn and Barber 
Irvine 
Jackson 
James 



37 
4i 



71 
79 
83 
42 

Si 
3 
34 
74 

6 

79. 92 
8 
82 
77, 80 
5o 
35 
29 

77 
47 
82 
26 
70 
6 
78 
36 
78 
3i 
75 
47 



Johnston 
Kelk and Dunn 
King 
Lamb 
Lawrence 
Leighton 
Lince 
Lofft 
Lord 
Mays 
Miles 
Owen 
Patience 
Pattrick 
Pigot 
Rabett 
Kayne 
Redston 
Rooth 
Rymer 
Scott 
Sargeaunt 
Sewell 
Stamps 
Tebbs and Mann 
Tench 
Weller 
Wetherall 
Whitelegg 
Williamson 
Verney 



48 
44 
49 
69 

31 
80 
81 
81 
29 
2 
69 
30 
76 

25 
72 

5 
5i 

68 
32 
30 
37 
41 
46 
32 
26 
70 
35 
33 
46 

36 
38, 39 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 



PAGE 



Althame . . . -57 

Bache . . . .62 

Bodicoate . . . -55 

Bowman . . . -54 

Broad .... 7 

Dominick . . . -59 

Harcourt . . . -65 

Jepson . . . .64 

Mason . . . .60 



PAGE 



Mathew . . . -56 

Mill . . . .60 

Milner . . . -67 

Otway . . . -53 

Pingo . . . -67 

Prujean . . . -57 

Staunton . . . .62 

Underwood and Gore . -65 

Weoley * . 1 



PEDIGREE. 

Meriton . . « . . . . ■ 93" 



PORTRAIT. 

Bridget, wife of Thomas Read ...... facing 52 



WILLS. 



Brearley, Mary, 1625 ........ 85 

Caterman, John, of Chalgrove, 1544 . . . . . .84 

Caterman, John, of Chalgrove, 1545 . . . . . .84 

Quaterman, William, of Chalgrove, 1 546 . . . . -85 



WOOD-CUTS OF ARMS AND AUTOGRAPHS. 



Anstis, John, Garter • . 55, 59, 61 

Archard, William . . -98 

Atcherley, E. . -37 
Berkeley, Elizabeth, Countess of . 1 12 

Berkeley, Sir George . . 99 

Blachall, Theo. . . -36 

Buckehurst, Lord . . -96 

Burcham, William . . -43 

Burke, Henry Farnham . . 93 

Bysshe, Edward, Clarenceux . 7 

Bysshe, Edward, Garter . . 57 

Cleveland, Earl of . . .86 

Cooke, Robert, Clarenceux . 2 

Deane, Edward . . .46 

Drew, Joane . . .106 

Drew, Nicholas . . . 106 

Flower, William, Norroy . . 63 

Hawkins, Hugh . . .121 

Hervy, William, Clarenceux 56, 58 



Holbin, Thomas . . . 102 

Humfrey, Dorothy . . 109 

Humfrey, Nathaniel . . 109 

King, John . . 5° 

Martyn, Edward . . .121 

Mayhew, Miles . . -69 

Meriton, Arms of . . -93 

Meriton, Mathew . . -93 

Munday, Thomas . . .98 

Pope, Daniel . . . 102 

Pope, Thomas . . .101 

Rayne, Mary . . 51 
Sancroft, William, Archbishop of 

Canterbury . . .123 

Sargeaunt, William . 41 

Smyth, John . . .98 
Vanbrugh, Sir John, Clarenceux 55, 59 

Ward, Knox, Clarenceux . .61 

Wentworth, Thomas, Lord . 86 



JFragmenta (^eneatogtca* 

Vol. V. 



IVeoley Family. 

To all and singuler, aswell Nobles and Gentiles as others to 
whom these preasentf shall come, Robert Cooke, Esquier, alias 
Clarenceulx, principall hereauld, and Kinge of Amies, of the South, 
East and Weast partes of this Realme of England, from the Ryuer of 
Trent Southwardes, sendeth greetinge Where as aunciently, from th 
begining the valiant, and vertuous Actes of excellent parsones haue 
comended vnto the world, with sondry monument and Remembrances 
of their good deseartes. Emongest the which, the chiefest, and most 
vsuall hathe bene, the bearinge of Signes, and Tokens, In Shieldes 
called Armes, which are none other then Demonstrations of Prowes, 
and valour diueresly distributed, accordinge to the Quallities, and 
deseartes of the Parsones, entitled therto. Emongest the which 
Noinber, Thomas Weoley of Campden in the county of Gloster 
gentilman, beinge one of the bearers of these Tokins of honor, hathe 
requiered me the sayde Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes to make search in 
the Regesters, and Recordes of myne Office for the auncient Armes of 
that name, and familly where of he is descended Wheruppon I haue 
made search accordingly, and fyndinge the sayde Thomas Weoley to 
be the sonne and heyre of Christopher Weoley, and of Alice his wyffe 
daughter of William Swetenham of Swetenham in the county of Chester 
gentilman. Which Christopher Weoley was the sonn of Richard Weoley, 
and of Margaret his wyfle daughter of Waller Aylworth of Aylworth 
halle, in the county of Gloster gentilman. Which Richard Weoley, was 
the sonne of Thomas Weoley, and of Alice his wyffe daughter of 
Compton of Compton of the covntye of Warwicke gent. W ch Thomas 
was the sonne of William Weoley, and of Alice his wyffe daughter of 
William Bony of Campden aforesayde gent. Which William Weoley 
was the sonne of John Weoley, who was the sonne of Henry Weoley of 
Campden, in the county of Gloster gentilman. I could not w lh out his 
great preiudice assigne vnto him any other Armes then those w ch are to 
him lyneally descendid from his Auncestores, who by the space of a 
very longe and auncient tyme as maye appeare by the Regesters and 
Recordes of myne Office and by the auncient Euidences, and monu- 
ment^ of the sayde Weoley haue for there familly and surname of 
Weoley in the county of Gloster, borne this cote followinge viz the 



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feyld gould, a Bend betwene two molletf of vj: poyntf sables. And 
neuertheles he knoweth not of any Creast or cognoisance properly 
belonging to the same as to many very auncient Amies are nor he 
the sayde Thomas YVeoley for the better garnishinge of his healme. 
The full solempnishinge of all such funeralles as hereafter shall happen 
to any of the sayde familly w th healme and Tymbre as in such cases 
and to such howses is accustomed, hath requested me the sayde 
Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes to deliuer vnto him vnder my hande and 
Seale of myne Office his sayde auncient Armes \v th a creast or cog- 
noisance mete and lawefull to be borne w th oute preiudice or Offence 
to any other person. For the accomplishment whereof I the sayde 
Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes by power and aucthority to me comitted 
by tres Patentf vnder the brode Seale of England haue assigned geuen 
granted and added vnto the sayde Thomas Weoley to his sayde 
auncient Armes for his Creast as followeth viz uppon the healme on 
a Shepew a Cockatrisse siluer come Beake wattelles and leges gould 
mantled gules dubbled siluer as more playnly apereth depicted in the 
margent. Which Creast or cognoisance I the sayde Clarencieulx Kynge 
of Armes do by these preasentf Ratiffy conferme geue graunt, and 
adde vnto the sayde Thomas Weoley gent and to his posterrity and to 
the posterrity of Christopher Weoley his father w th there due differencis, 
and he, and theye the same to vse, beare, and shewe forthe in Shield, 
Cote, Armor, or otherwyse, at his, and their liberty, and pleasure 
W th oute Impediment, lett, or enterupcon of any other person, or 
persones. In witness whereof I the sayde Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes 
haue signed these putes, w th my hande, and haue sett hereunto the 
Seale of myne Office the xxv th daye of Aprill Ao Doni 1580 and in the 
xxij th yeare of the Reigne of oure Souereigne Lady Queene Elizabethe 
& ch r . 



Peggy Mays was Born August y e 30, 179 . 
Susan Mays was Born March y e 31, 1795. 
Betsey Mays was born Aprill y e 27, 1796. 
Mary Mays was Born July y e 7, 1797. 
William Mays was Born May y c 18, 1799. 
Ann Mays was Born june y c 20, 1801. 

From a copy in my possession of 11 The Christian's Consolations 
against the Fears of Death"; on the outside cover is 
stamped in gold " Woodbridge Meeting 1775."— -F. A. C. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Mays Family. 



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Calverley, Wade and Trevelyan Families. 



Julia Calverley 
Her Book given by her Husband 
March y e 25, 17 10. 



Walter Calverley now Sir Walter Calverley Bar 1 son of Walter Calverley 
in the County of York Esq r was baptised the 17 th Day of January 
1669 as witness my hand 



Walter son of Walter Wade of New Grainge was born 6 th of Oct r 1722. 

Walter son of Sir Walter Calverley Bar 1 of Esholt by Dame Julia his 
wife Dau r of Sir W m Blackett of Newcastle was born 18 th Dec: 1707 
and privately baptised the same day by M r Coates and on Jany 15 th 
following was publickly baptised by M r Coates y e Chaplain in y e 
House (M r Dade y e Vicar of Otley being sick) Sir Walter Hawks- 
worth, M r Bridges & M rs Calverley were Sponsors M r Wade & 
M rs Richardson proxys for M r Bridges & M rs Calverley Sir W tr 
Hawksworth was there in person. 

Julia Daughter of the above s d S r W : Calverley by Julia his s d wife was 
born 20 May 17 14 was privately baptised the same day by M r 
B: Ferrand and was publickly baptised by M r Humfreys, Vic r of 
Otley June 17 th following S r Edw d Blackett my Lady Blackett & 
my Lady Hawksworth were Sponsors. 

Walter son of Walter Wade Esq r of New grange was Christened Nov : 
i st 1722. 

Julia Eldest Daughter of George Trevelyan Esq r by Julia his Wife 
(Daughter of Sir W: Calverley) was born at Leahill 19 th Feb: 
1 733/4 an d baptised y e 18 th March following at Peyhembury 
S r Jn° Trevelyan Lady Calverley & M rs Lutterell were Sponsors S r 
W: Calverley & his Lady were then in Devons. 

John son of the above George Trevelyan Esq r by Julia his said wife 
was born at Calverley Feb: 6, 1734/5 and was baptised 5 th or 6 th 
March following at Calverley in y e House and registered at Cal- 
verley & Otley both S r W m Wyndham S r W: Calverley & M rs 
Blackett were Sponsors M r Neville & Lady Calverley proxys for Sir 
W m Wyndham & M rs Blackett. 

Susannah 2 nd Daughter of the above said George & Julia was born at 
Leahill the 17 th Nov r 1736 and was baptised at Peyhembury the 
18 th Dec r following S r W m Pole M rs Palmer & Miss Ann Trevelyan 
Sponsors. 

Charlotte 3 rd Daughter of the above s d George & Julia was born at 
Leahill 19 th Feb : 1737/8 and was baptised at Peyhembury ab 4 12 
or 13 th Apl: following Sir W m Thompson Lady Pole & M rs 
Trenchard Sponsors. 

Frances 4 th Daughter of the above s d George & Julia was born at 
Leahill 27 Feb: 1741/2 and was baptised at Peyhembury y e 29 th 
March following Sir John Pool M rs Potts & M rs Portman Sponsors. 



He was born the 
15 th Ja^ at Esholt. 



Hen : Hurhfrey Vicar of 



Otley. 



This cert : was given in Dec r 1736. 



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Walter 2 nd son of the above s d George & Julia was born at Leahill 
21 April 1743 and was baptised at Peyhembury the 10 th June 
following Sir Walter Calverley, Edward Dyke Esq r and Miss Dyke. 

John Trevelyan eldest son of S r J: Trevelyan Bar' married August 9 th 
1 791 Maria Wilson third & youngest Daughter of Sir Thos : 
Spen cr Wilson B l . 

John Wilson Trevelyan born Jany 27 th 1794 died April 23 rd 179 . 
Sponsors S r J: Trevelyan S r T: S: Wilson Lady Wilson. 

Geor-e Thomas Trevelyan born Jany 7 th 1795 died June io lh 1795 
Sponsors Sir J: Trevelyan S r T: S: Wilson Lady Wilson. 

Maria Jane Trevelyan born Jany 24 th 1796 Xened June 28 th 96 
Sponsors Miss Trevelyan M re Spencer Perceval Walter Trevelyan 
Esq r of Nelherwitton married at S £ James Church, London June 
. . 1828 Rev lld Noel Thomas Ellison Rector of Huntspill Somerset. 
[S/ie died 20 December i860.] 

Walter Calverley Trevelyan born March 31 st 1797 Xened May 2 179 . 
Sponsors Rev d Walter Trevelyan Tho s Maryon Wilson Esq r & 
Lady Arden Married at S waff ham Priory Cambridgsh: May 21 st 
1835 Paulina Jermyn eldest dau r Rev: D r Jermyn. [She died 13 
May 1866. He married 2ndly, 11 July 1S67, Laura Capel, daughter 
of Capel Loft, Esq., of Troston Hall, co. Suffolk. Walter Calverley 
Trevelyan died 23 March 1879, a?id his widow 2 April 1879.] 

Julia Trevelyan born Aug st 31 st 1798 Xened Oct: I st Sponsors Lady 
Wilson M rs Soulsby Rev d George Trevelyan. [Died 2j September 
1884.] 

Raleigh Trevelyan born Feb""y 5 th 1800 Xened March 5 th 1S00 Sponsors 
Lord Arden Hon ble Spencer Perceval Lady Marg' Perceval, died in 
London August 18 14. 

Emma Trevelyan born Feb^ 27 th 1801 Xened March 23 rd 1801 
Sponsors Col : Affleck, Lady Wilson, M" George Trevelyan 
Married at S l Marys Bryanston Sq r London June 22 1S30 Alex r 
Wadham 2nd son of W m Wyndham of Dinton Wiltshire. [She 
died 17 May 1857, and he died in i86g."\ 

Arthur Trevelyan born July 19 th 1802 Christened June 2 nd 1803 
Sponsors Hon ble Spencer Perceval M r Corbett M re Corbett 
Married at Aberdeen May 9 th 1835 Elizabeth Mackie. [He died 6 
February /S78.] 

Edward Spencer Trevelyan born July io ,h 1805 Christened July 27 th 
Sponsors Hon ble Spencer Perceval & Walter Blackct Trevelyan 
Esq r & Lady Wilson Married at Hartburn Sept: 5 1S33 Catherine 
Ann only daughter of John Forster of Shaftoe. [He died in 1834.] 

Alfred Wilson Trevelyan born Nov: 8 th 1807 Christened Dec: 7'" 
Sponsors Lady Wilson James Gordon, Esq r Married at Limerick 
April 1S30 Margaret Matilda daughter of John Boyce of Limerick 
died at Limerick Feb: 1831. 

Beatrice Trevelyan born March 22 1809 Christened [at Hartburn, co. 
Northumberland 12 December iSog \ Sponsors Right Hon u * Lady 
Collingwood Lady Wilson & John E: Blackett Esq r [John Erasmus 
Blackett, brother of Sir Ed. Blackett, 4th Bart., and father of Lady 
Collingwood. He died 11 June /814.] Married at S* Georges 
Hanover Sq: London May [13 th ] 1830 Ernest Augustus youngest 
son of Han™" Spencer Perceval of Elm Grove Ealing [who died 19 
January 1896. She died 19 March 1898). 



Laura Agnes Trevelyan born Jan? 18 th Friday 1811 Sponsors Lady 
Wilson M rs George Trevelyan Rev: M r H: Moises [Rev. Hugh 
Moises (son of Rev. Hugh Moises, Head-Master of Newcastle 
Grammar School, who died in 1806) died 4. November 1822^] 
Married at Nettlecombe March 15 th 1836 Rev: John Woodhouse 
Curate of Nettlecombe. 

Helena Caroline born Dec: 21 1815 Sponsors Hon ble M rs Trench 
Lady Wilson Sir Henry Carr Married at Nettlecombe Octo- 
ber 4 th 1837, Rev d Bryan eldest son of D r Faussett of Heppington, 
Kent. [She married 2ttdly, Walter Blackett Trevelyan (son of 
Raleigh Trevelyan of Netherwitton), who died 10 October 1894.. 
She died 14 March 1898.] 

These entries from the "Calverley Bible" were kindly 
sent me by Cecil Henry Spencer Perceval of 
Longwitton Hall, Morpeth. — F. A. C. 



Rabett Family. 

George W m Rabett Esq r given him by his Dear Sister the Viscountess 

Maynard 12 th August 1826. 
Mary Wife of Reginald Rabett Esq r died on the 2 2 d February 1832 at 

Boulogne-Sur-Mer France. Her remains brought over and buried 

in the family Vault in Bramfield Church Suffolk 13 th day of March 

1832. 

Monument in Bramfield Church Suffolk 1836. 

" Reginald Rabett Esq r of Bramfield Hall county of Suffolk died 30 th 
day of May 1810 aged 39 years. Mary his wife died 22 d February 1832 
aged 59 years." 

" This Record to their memory is affectionately placed here by their 
Children." 

Sunday 2 d June 1839 and twenty days after the Revolution Lady Louisa 

and George William Rabett received the Sacrament at the Episcopal 
, Church for the use of the British Embassy in the Rue d'Agusseau 

Faubourg St. Honore, Paris ; Administered by Bishop Luscombe 

the Chaplain of the Embassy, and the person who built the church 

in 1833, at his sole expense. 
Taken extremely ill at Paris on the 2 d February 1834 confined to bed 

three weeks at Hotel Maurice Rue de Rivoli. 
William Garbett Esq r died at Boulogne-sur-Mer on the 8th June 1834, 

was buried on the 17 th of the same month at Maketra near to the 

Haute-Ville at Boulogne. 

From a Prayer Book in the possession of 
Percy Charles Rushen. — F. A. C. 



5 



Godden Family. 



Henrietta Daughter of Henry and Mary Godden born April i st (ten 
minutes before three o clock in the afternoon), baptized April 17 th , 
Christened at Maidstone Church May 8 th a.d. 1822. Godfather 
M r John Mares. Godmothers Miss Mares & Martha Godden. 
Died Oct r 31 st 1822, Aged 7 months, buried Nov r 4 th . 

Henry of H. & M. Godden born Oct r 23 rd 1823 at 10 minutes past 11 
o clock at night, baptized Oct r 31 st . Christened at Maidstone 
Church Dec r 5 th . Godfathers M r J. Mares and M r Tho s B. Charlton, 
Godmother Frances Godden. 

Rob 1 Wilson, of H. & M. Godden, born I st Dec r 1824 ten minutes before 
six o clock a.m., half baptized. Christened by the ReV 1 M. H. 
Miller Feb 11 th 1825. Sponsors John Argles Esq r , John Wise Esq r 
and Miss Martha Godden. Died Feb 18 th 1825 (aged 11 weeks) 
buried 22 nd of the same, in Maidstone Church. 

William Worcester of H. & M. Godden born Nov r 3 rd 1825 at half past 
no clock p.m. baptized 10 th Nov r at Maidstone. Christened 
Nov r 3 rd 1826. Sponsors William Browne Esq r & Will m Beale 
Esq r and Anne Mares. 

Frederick Mares — of Henry & Mary Godden. Born March 10 th 1S27 
35 Minutes past 10 o clock at night — half baptized. Christened 
June 13 th 1828. Sponsors M r W. H. Golding, M r Henry Argles 
and M™ W. H. Golding. 

Mary — of Henry & Mary Godden born 14 th April 1828 half baptized. 
Christened June 13 th 1828. Sponsors Miss Frances Curties — 
Martha Godden and M r W. P. Vaile. 

Martha of Henry and Mary Godden Born 22 nd Aug 1 1S29 at 8 o clock 
a.m. half baptized 15 th Sep' and Christened the 17 th Aug 1 1830. 
Sponsors M 18 Barron of Champion Hill Camberwell Martha 
Godden of Tenterden and Ja s Whatman Esq r Surgeon of Maidstone. 

N.B. All the foregoing are registered in Maidstone Church. 

From a fly-leaf of a Bible. — F. A. C. 



Chase Family. 

James the Son of James and Marg" Chase was born on Tuesday 

October y e 3 d 17 10 att 13 minitts after Eleven in th. Morning, and 

was Baptised on Sunday October y e 8 th 171 . 
Margarctt Daughter of James and Margarett Chase was born Satterday 

Janv 12 th 17 J .} att half an hour past ten in the morning and was 

Baptised the next Day being Sunday 1 3 th 17} 1 ,. 
My Wife Marg" Chase Daughter of Jn° & Marg" Beck Decease. Died 

Jan>' 24 th being Thursday and was buried on Sunday Jan* 27 th att 

Wallham Stow in Essex i7x^- 

From a loose fly-leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 

6 



Broad Family. 



To all and singvler unto whom these presents shall come I Edward 
Byshe Knight Clarenceux King of Armes of the South East and West 
partes of this Realme of England from the Riuer of Trent southward 
sendeth Greeting. Know yee that forasmuch as it hath been an 
auntient custome & soe continued in all Countreys and Comon 
Wealthes well gouerned that y e Honorable actions and uertuous 
Endeauors of Worthy men haue from time to time beene remembred 
and recomended to posterity by certaine tokens & remembrances of 
Honor comonly called Armes being the outward demonstrations of 
their inward uirtues inciting others by theire examples to the imitation 
of theire laudable workes and worthy Atcheiuements during this 
transitory life which said tokens of Honor are diuersley distributed 
according to the qualities of the parties soe meriting the same to the 
end that such as haue done comendable seruice to theire Countrey 
ether in warr or peace may therefore both receaue due Hono r & 
estimation in this life & deriue & conuey the same to theire offspring & 
posterity for euer in which respects whereas Henry Broad of Chiswick 
in y e county of Middlesex Esq : the sonne of Arthure Broad of Caldwell 
in the county of Yorke is of good birth and doth not know what 
Armes his Auncestors haue borne hath therefore desired mee to declare 
& assigne unto him such Armes as hee & his posterity may lawfully 
beare without preiudice to any I haue thought fitt to assigne unto him 
the Armes hereafter mentioned viz : Gules a Cheueron Or betweene 3 
Leopards heads Argent Crowned of the second & for a Crest on a 
Helmett befitting his degree on a Chapewe Azure lined ermine a 
Leopards head Coupe Argent Crowned Or Mantled Gules doubled 
Argent as in the margent more liuely is depicted the which Armes 
& Creast as before is expressed. I the said Edward Byshe Clarenceux 
King of Armes by the power & authority of my Office to mee com- 
mitted under y e great seale of England, doe by these presents declare, 
assigne, giue graunt, and confirme unto the aforesaid Henry Broad, 
& of the issue of his body lawfully begotten to bee by them, and euery 
of y m borne with their due differences, according to the lawes of Armes 
for euer, In witnesse whereof, I haue unto these presents affixed the 
seale of my Office, subscribed my name this 27 th of June in the 
Reigne of our Soueraigne Lord Charles the second by grace of God 
King of England Scotland France & Ireland Defender of the Faith, &c. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



7 



Clench and Wyatt Families. 



Childrin of Rich d Clench and Ann Clench. 

John Clench Born y* 24 th of February O.S. 1751. 
William Clench Born Dece br 4 th N.S. 1752. 
Betty Clench Born May 27 th 1754. 
Rich d Clench Born July 27 th 1756. 
Job Clench Born April 9 th 1758. 
Ann Clench Born July y e 31 st 1761. 

when this you see Remember me 
Rich d Clench Sen r 

June y e 23 rd 1781. 

Childrin of Thomas and Ann Wyatt. 

John was born July the 12, 1808. E. C. Wyatt was born Decebr 28 th ' 
1809. John C. was born Oct r 5 th 180 n. James was born 
Nov r 9, 1 80 1 3 William Thomas was born June 14, 180 16. 
Theadore Ann was born August 7, 180 18. 

When this you se rember me. 

E. C. Wyatt 

Nov r 6 the . 

From a volume in my possession containing the Book of Common 
Prayer and Bible with Apocrypha, "Oxford : Printed 
by John Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent 
Majesty, and the University, MDCCXV."—F. A. C. 



Bones Family. 

John Balls Born at Tendring 28 th Feb 1 ? 1738. 
John Balls Maried Sarah Thompson 2 nd Feb r y 1768. 
Sarah Balls Born at Ramsy Dec 27 th 1769. 
Sarah Balls Maried Cha s Bones 12 th February 1790. 
Cha s Bones Born at Tendring 21 st Dec r 1790. 
Sarah Bones Born at Tendring 4 th December 1792. 
John Bones was Born at Tendring 15 th November 1794. 
Mary Bones Born at Tendring 13 th February 1796. 
Edw d Bones was Born at Tendring 24 Sep r 1797. 
Elizabeth Bones was Born at Tendring 27 th January 1799. 
Mary Bones Departed this Life 29 th June 1799. 
Edw d Bones Departed this Life 7 th Aug st 1799. 
Mary Ann Bones was Born at Tendring 5 th Feb 1 ^ 1S01. 
Edward Bones was Born at Tendring 23 rd April 1802. 
Charlotte Bones was Born at Tendring 12 th April 1805. 
Susanna Bones Born at Tendring 28 th April 18 10. 
Emily Bones was Born at Tendring 22 nd May 1S12. 
Emily Hones Departed this Life 23 rd July 1832 Aged 20 Years 62 Days. 
Edward Bones departed this life Jan 1 "? 26 th 1837 aged 34 years and 
278 days. 

Charles Bones, Father to the forcmcntioncd family departed this life at 
Kirby Jan>' 18 th 1841 aged 73 years and 59 days and buried at 
Tendring Jan>' 25 th . 

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Charles Bones Jun r of Dearling Point New South Wales Son of the 

above Charles Bones and Sarah his Wife died December 12, 1845 

aged 54 Years 10 Months and 22 days. 
Susannah Harris Daughter of Charles and Sarah Bones and Wife of 

E. J. Harris Supervisor of Excise departed this life October 6, 1847 

aged 37 Years 5 Months and 8 days. 
Sarah Bones Widow of the above Charles Bones departed this life 

March the 11 th 1858 aged 88 years 10 weeks and three days, 

buried at Tendring March the 18 th . 
Sarah Bones daughter of Charles and Sarah Bones died April 5 th 1863 

aged 70 yr 4 mo. 

From a loose fly-leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Verney Family. 

Notes on the Windows in St. Margaret's Chapel, 
Compton Verney, Warwickshire. 

The East window is of three lights, the central round-headed, those 
on either side with square lintels. The North light contains a large 
figure of St. Leonard, with pastoral staff, book and handcuffs, and below, 
the inscription : 

Beneath is a small square compartment with the figure of a man in a 
tabard kneeling before an altar, with the figure of St. Christopher. A 
book is open before him on a faldstool, and bears the words : 

wobiis .... 

The tabard bears quarterly : 1, Gules three crosses sarcelly or, a chief 
vairy ermine and ermines, Verney ; 2, Azure three stags trippant or, 
Greene ; 3, Argent three escutcheons sable and a bordure gules, 
Loudham ; 4, Ermine, on a bend sable, three escallops argent. This 
represents in all probability Richard Verney who died 1526-27. 

The centre light represents the Crucifixion. The arms of the thieves 
pass over the cross-bar of their crosses, an angel carries away the soul 
of the penitent thief, a crimson demon that of the impenitent. The 
Centurion, mounted on a white horse, has above him, on an escrol, the 
words : 

Wm fiX ... . 

Below are three compartments with arms and inscriptions. A (on the 
dexter). Quarterly : 1, Gules on a bend between six crosslets fitche"e 
argent, the augmentation of Flodden, Howard, Earl of Nottingham ; 
2, Gules three lions passant guardant argent (or), a label of three points 
argent, Brotherton; 3, Chequy or and azure, Warrenne, Earl of 



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Surrey ; 4, Gules a lion rampant argent, Fitzalan ; impaling, quarterly 
of sixteen : i, Argent on a bend sable, three roses of the field, Cary ; 

2, Sable, two bars nebuly ermine, Spencer; 3, Quarterly: France and 
England within a bordure compony azure and argent, Beaufort ; 
4, Gules a fess between three crosses crosslet or, Beauchamp ; 5, Chequy 
or and azure, a chevron ermine, Newburgh ; 6, Gules a chevron between 
ten crosses patee argent, Berkeley ; 7 Gules a lion passant argent 
[? crowned or], Lisle ; 8, Argent a chevron gules between three bulls' 
heads couped sable, Boleyn ; 9, Quarterly sable and argent, Hoo ; 10, 
Or a chief indented azure, Butler; ii, Argent a lion rampant sable, 

crowned gules, ; 12, Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick; 13, 

Azure three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent, Malmayns ; 14, 
Azure a fret argent, and a chief gules, St. Leger ; 15, Ermine on a 
chief sable three crosses patde argent, Shuckburgh ; 16, Argent two 
bends wavy sable, Stapleton (?). The whole is encircled with the 
ribbon of the Garter and is ensigned with an earl's coronet. Underneath : 

SIR CHARLES HOWARD, EARL CATHARINE, DAU : OF 

OF NOTTINGHAM, LORD HIGH HENRY CARY LORD 

ADMIRAL. HUNSDON. 

The Earl died 14 December 1624, and his daughter Elizabeth married 
Sir Robert Southwell ; another daughter, Catherine, Sir Greville 
Verney ( see Windoiv 4 ). 

The central shield. Argent, a cross gules, Deanery of Windsor ; 
impaling, quarterly : 1 and 4, Verney ; 2 and 3, Sable on a cross en- 
grailed, within a bordure also engrailed or, five roundels sable, Grevill, 
in pretence argent a cross engrailed between twelve billets gules, Heath, 
ensigned with a baron's coronet. Supporters : Two antelopes argent, 
semee of torteaux. Motto: Virtve vavnceth. 

iSfir George Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, Dean of Windsor, 2nd 
son of Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke, married in 1668, 
Margaret, daughter of Sir John Heath. 

Shield on the sinister. Quarterly of six : 1 and 6, Argent three 
cinquefoils gules, Southwell ; 2, Ermine two annulets interlaced sable, 
on a chief of the last three crosses pat£e argent, Wychingham ; 3, 
Quarterly argent and azure, on a bend gules three escallops or, Fastolfe; 
4, Argent a fess between two chevrons azure, Tendring ; 5, Or crusilly 
a chevron gules, Holbrook ; impaling, i, Howard; 2, Brotherton ; 

3, Warrenne; 4, Fitzalan. Tivo crests: 1, A demi-talbot argent, 
gorged with a crown or, and charged on the neck with three annulets 
gules (?) ; 2, A lion passant, crowned with a viscount's coronet, and 
charged with a label of three points. Underneath : 

SIR ROBERT SOUTHWELL K OT . ELIZ : HOWARD DAU: OF 

CHAS: E: OF NOTTINGHAM. 

The South light contains a figure of St. Giles with crosier, book, and 
stag transfixed with an arrow ; below, in a square compartment, kneels 

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a lady in a heraldic cloak and lappet head-dress, with four daughters. 
The cloak bears these arms: i and 4, Argent on a bend gules three 
martlets (or winged vert), Danvers ; 2 and 3, Argent on a fess azure, 
between three martlets sable, as many pierced mullets of the field ....(?) 

The book open on the faldstool bears the words : gjttarta .... (SMflfia 
Qttt tt "kcmv, while before her is an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
and Child. 

This represents Anna, daughter of Will: Danvers, who married Richard 
Verney, who died 1526-27. 

There are three windows on each side of the chapel. Those on the 
South side, numbering from the East Westwards, are counted as 1, 2, 3 ; 
those on the North, from West to East, 4, 5, 6. 



Window No. t. 

The window contains six scenes, and below them a figure between 
two shields : 

Scene 1. Two figures, a male and female, in monastic habit and 
aureoles about their heads, are represented kneeling before the Pope, 
who is vested in cope and train, grouped about him are many figures. 
It perhaps represents one of the embassies sent by St. Catherine of 
Siena to the Holy See. 

Scene 2. An elderly man and others seated at table, which is spread 
as for a meal. A girl by the fire turns a spit, and a servant pours out 
wine. Companion scene to No. 1, but obscure. 

Scene 3. The Annunciation. 

Scene 4. The birth of St. John the Baptist. 

Scene 5. The Adoration of the Magi. 

Scene 6. The Presentation in the Temple. 

Below is the figure of a lady kneeling at a faldstool, on which is 
open the Book of Common Prayer at the words : 

Itofl matte . . ©u* Jatlw* 

to hav* a $tx . . .... 

tuat itm att . . .... 

ton of thy name .... 

®hott mm . . .... 

tsAUfit to It . . .... 

yt Qavtxn . ■ .... 

tmm . . .... 

Behind her kneel two sons, and below are the words : 

ANNA LADY VERNEY 1558. 

On the dexter side. A modern shield : Or a chevron gules and a 
bordure engrailed sable, Stafford of Southwick. 

On the sinister. Sable a cross engrailed or, a crescent gules for 
difference, Willoughby, c. 1392. 

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Window No. 2. 

This window has three long compartments, and shields below them. 

1. A female saint, crowned and in royal robes, holding a sword and 
book. 

2. Two figures, an elderly female saint with white veil, the Blessed 
Virgin Mary, and before her a younger female crowned ; on her robe 
are the words : o ave mater gavdens gloria deo et laus honor. 
The opposite border is concealed in folds, except the word am. 

3. A female saint holding down the dragon, with a rustic cross on 
Which sits a dove (St. Margaret). 

Below, on the dexter side. Quarterly: 1, Verney ; 2, Loudham; 
3, Greene ; 4, Wendesley ; impaling, quarterly : 1 and 4, Argent on 
a fess azure three lozenges or, Fielding ; 2 and 3, Gules a bend argent 
between six martlets or. Underneath : 



verney : fielding. 

The arms of Edmund Verney, who died 1494-95, and his wife, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Fielding. 

In the centre. Quarterly: 1, Verney ; 2, Grevill ; 3, Maltravers ; 
4, Heath. Over all, a crescent argent for difference ; impaling, Or, a 
bend cottised sable, Harley. Crest: An antelope trippant argent. 
Motto : Virtue vaunceth. 



JOHN VERNEY 

MASTER OF THE ROLLS. 



ABIGAIL HARLEY 
1778. 



On the sinister. Quarterly : 1, Verney ; 2, Loudham ; 3, Greene ; 
4, Wendesley ; impaling, quarterly : 1 and 4, Danvers ; 2 and 3, . . . 

RICHARD VERNEY : ANN DANVERS. 

(See East window.) 



Window No. 3. 

In the upper part of the window is a shield, and below it four 
scenes, and lower still, two figures between two shields of arms. At the 
top, quarterly of six: 1, Verney; 2, Loudham; 3, Wendesley; 4, 
Greene ; 5, Argent a griffin vert and a lion azure combattant, Tame. 

Scene 1. St. Catherine of Siena holding in her arms a naked infant, 
on one side three monks, on the other, three women. 

Scene 2. St. Catherine kneeling before Our Lord, who offers her a 
royal cross in one hand, a crown of thorns with the other, she chooses 
the latter ; background of buildings. 

Scene 3. Our Lord with the doctors, on one of the books is the 
date 1603. 

Scene 4. The Temptation, the Devil represented as a reverend old 
man, but the clawed feet appear below his robes. 



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Below are figures of a male and female, the latter in a white robe 
and black mantle, and by them a shield, Verney impaling Grevill. 

SIR RICHARD UERNEY — MARGARET GREUILL. 

(See tomb.) 

On the dexter side. Gules a cross moline argent, Beke. 
On the sinister. Gules a cross patonce or, Latimer. 



Window No. 4. 

This window has a shield at the top, below this are four scenes, and 
under this three other shields. 

Above, quarterly of six : 1 and 6, Verney ; 2, Loudham ; 3, 
Wendesley ; 4, Greene ; 5, Tame. 

Scene 1. St. Catherine kneeling before Our Lord, who is taking 
away her heart. 

Scene 2. St. Catherine kneeling before Our Lord, who is seated in 
clouds with the Blessed Virgin Mary on His right. These represent the 
marriage of St. Catharine. 

Scene 3. The Crucifixion. 

Scene 4. The Entombment. 

Below, on the dexter. Grevill. 

In the centre. Verney impaling Southwell. 

SIR GREVILL VERNEY. I CATHERINE SOUTHWELL. 

On sinister. Sable a fret or, Maltravers. 



Window No. 5. 

This window corresponds in arrangement with No. 2. 

1. St. George with the Dragon. 

2. St. Christopher. 

3. St. Anthony, with book, bell and pig. 

Below, on the dexter side. Quarterly of six : 1 and 6, Verney ; 
2, Loudham ; 3, Wendesley ; 4, Greene ; 5, Tame ; impaling, 
quarterly : 1 and 4, Argent crusilly sable a cross moline gules, Raleigh ; 
2 and 3, Argent a cross moline gules, Raleigh. Below : 

VERNEY. j RALEIGH. 

In the centre. Quarterly : 1, Verney ; 2, Grevill ; 3, Maltra- 
vers ; 4, Per pale indented argent and gules, barry of eight counter- 
changed, Peyto ; impaling, azure a lion passant guardant between three 
fleur-de-lis or, North, ensigned with a baron's coronet. Supporters : 
Dexter, an antelope argent, semee of torteaux. Sinister, a griffin sable, 
gorged with a crown or. Motto : Vertue vaunceth. Below : 



JOHN PEYTO 
LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. 



LADY LOUISA NORTH 
1778. 



On the sinister. Quarterly of six : 1 and 6, Verney ; 2, Loudham ; 
3, Wendesley ; 4, Greene ; 5, Tame ; impaling, quarterly : 1 and 4, 
Gules crusilly three lucies hauriant argent, Lucy of Charlecot; 2, 
Quarterly : 1 and 4, Or an eagle sable, collared argent, Hugford ; 2 and 



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3, Azure a buck's head caboshed or, Midleton ; 3, Quarterly : 1, Barry 
of six azure and argent, on a bend gules three mullets or, Pabenham ; 
2, Or a cross between four martlets gules, Trayley ; 3, Argent a lion 
rampant crowned or, Fowches ; 4, Gules a fess or between six crosslets 
argent, Haversham. Below : 

geo e verney. jane lucy. 

Window No. 6. 

The window contains a representation of Our Lord's Ascension, and 
below it a kneeling figure between two crests. 

The inscription runs : spectantibus eio sursum sublevatus est 

CCELUMQUE SUB NUBE DUXIT CORAM OCULIS ACT CAP. I VERS. 9. 1 634. 

Crest: A Saracen's head couped at the shoulders, and crowned all 
proper, for Willoughby. 

In the centre. A mother, two sons and three daughters, kneeling 
before an altar, the lady in embroidered gown and short upper sleeves, 
the sons in doublets, red and blue breeches and purple hose. In the 
window of the chapel are the arms of Tame. In another window, Our 
Lord's Resurrection. Below : 

ALICE THAME LADY VERNEY. 



Inscriptions in the Chapel. 

Under the South wall, between the stalls and the altar pace, is a 
marble slab inlaid with a figure in brass of a lady dressed in a tight- 
fitting robe, over which is worn a loose kirtle and linen head-dress ; in 
the sinister corner of the slab is one of the four evangelistic symbols, 
viz., the lion of St. Mark, the remainder are lost. Over the head of the 
figure is a shield of arms, viz. : Quarterly : . . . two bars gules, 
Odingsale ; impaling, quarterly : i.Verney; 2, Green ; 3, Loudham, 
viz., three inescutcheons without a bordure; 4 {defaced), Verney. 
Below the figure is this inscription : 

(&({ yco* rttatyte pray fo* the sole off §Une (Odpflieal 
off gttaysitcr (gdutartle (tfdyngieale, of ^opptott, dorter 
of gfl. gichatde ^etney Gfosquyct, y c whycue deptydey 
ym of o r gotA mccrccxxiii on a'hojse jsole $hu have my. 

To the East, by side of the altar pace, is a slab of marble with figures in 
brass of a male and female, and Collins adds (" Peerage," vol. vi. p. 399) 
nine sons and five daughters ; the whole enclosed within marginal inscrip- 
tions, with the evangelistic symbols at the corners and a shield of arms. 

The male figure is bareheaded, but otherwise in full armour ; the 
lady wears a tight-fitting under-robe, with loose kirtle over it, showing 
through its folds the clasp of her girdle, the boddice has very large 
turned-down collar and cuffs, she also wears a lappet head-dress of good 
design. The shield has lost nearly all the enamel, but was of eight 



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quarters, only two of which can be determined, they are : i, Verney; 

2, Green. The marginal inscription is much damaged, but is restored 
from Collin's account (see opposite). 

®ff ptt* ckmUU pay iax tU noultfi at (QiehM& 
Wtxwy <#*pi« m& &nnt M# wift, wtoifft ^ishntA) 

(ItyttA ani at tW v$tut watUt tte xxvxii flay af 
thisi mwttte of gtyttmbtx f n tint pet of em llotb 

The above Anne was daughter of William Danvers, Esquire. 

On the North side of the chapel, near the ends of the stall, is another 
slab inlaid with the figure of a male in armour with his head bare, the 
hands are in the usual attitude of prayer, the feet unusually far apart. 
Below is this inscription : 

HEERE LIES GEORGE VERNEY 
OF COMPTON ESQ* SONNE OF S R 
RICHARD VERNEY KNIGHT AND 
HUSBAND OF JANE THE DAUGHTER 
OF WILLIAM LUCY OF CHARLCOT, 
ESQ R BY WHOME HEE HAD ONE 
SONNE AND FOWER DAUGH- 
TERS HE DIED THE EIGHT 
DAY OF APRILL, ANNO DNI 
1574- 

Above is a shield of arms: Quarterly of six: i, Verney ; 2, Lou- 
don; 3, Wendesley; 4, Greene; 5, Tame; 6 as 1 ; impaling, quarterly: 

1 and 4, Lucy of Charlcot ; 2, Quarterly : 1 and 4, Hagford ; 

2 and 3, Middleton (?) ; 3, Quarterly : 1, Pabenham ; 2, Trayley ; 

3, Fourches; 4, Haversham. 

A little to the South is a lozenge-shaped ledger inscribed : 

IOHN 
VERNEY, INFANT 
SECOND SON OF GRE- 
VILL VERNEY K T & KATHARINE 
SOUTHWELL HIS WIFE, WAS BORNE AND 
DYED YE II th DAY OF AUGUST 162O. 

marke ye : ioth : & : 14TH : 
OF SUCHE IS the 
KINGDOM OF 
GOD. 

In the centre of the chapel stands a fine altar tomb, with recumbent 
effigies of Sir Richard Verney and Margaret his wife. The knight lies 
on the North, his head is bare and rests on an embroidered cushion, 
his feet are cased in greaves and sollerets, and placed straight down 
with no animal to rest against ; over his gorget and cuisses appear the 
lace-edged collar and cuffs. The sword-belt crosses the shirt of taces 
diagonally, the sword hanging on the left side. The arms rest by his 
side, the hands touching taces. Parts of the armour and the handle of 
the sword have been gilded. The lady is attired in a linen kirtle, 
much plaited about the neck, over which appears a necklace of pearls 
with a pendant, above this is a tight-fitting robe and boddice, and from 



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over head depends the long veil of widowhood, this reached to her feet 
and is looped up to the right of her boddice, and fastened by a brooch. 
The left hand rests upon her breast, the other by her side. The effigies 
lie on a mensa of black marble, inscribed : 

HIC JACENT RICHARDUS VERNEY MILES QUI OBIIT 
VII° DIE AUG TI A° DO MDCXXX ET STAT. SUS LXVII ET 
DNA MARGARETA UXOR EJUS QUS OBIIT 
XXVI MARTII A° DNI MDCXXXI ET STAT. LXX. 

On the North side, in two panels, is inscribed : 



QUI QUIDEM RICHARDUS VERNEY 
MIL. FUIT FIL. ET HAERES GEORGII 
VERNEY ARMIG. ET JANS FILIS 
GULIELMI LUCY DE CHARLECOT 
ARMIG. ET DICT. GEORGIUS FUIT 
FIL. & HAER. RICI VERNEY MIL. 
CONDITI SUB HOC TUMULO CUM 
NEPOTE ET FRANCISCS FILIS 
GEORG 1 RALEIGH DE FARNBOROUGH 
ARMIG. QUI QUIDEM RICUS FUIT 
FIL. & HAER. THO. VERNEY MIL. 
ET ALICIS SORIS ET UNIUS 
COHAERED. EDM 1 TAME DE 
FAIRFORD IN 

On the South side 

QUS QUIDEM DNA MARGARETA 
VERNEY FUIT SOROR ET HAERES 
FULCONIS NUPER DNI BROOKE 
BARONIS BROOKE DE BEAUCHAMPS 
COURT FILII ET HAERED. FULCON. 
GREVILL DE BEAUCHAMPS COURT 
PRSDICT. MIL. ET ANN* FILLS 

RUDOLPHI NEVILL COMITIS 
WESTMORLAND. ET CATHARINE 
FILIS EDRI STAFFORD DUCIS 
BUCKINGHAM. QUI QUIDEM FULCON 
GREVILL FUIT FIL. ET HAERES 
FULCON GREVILL 
MIL. ET 



COM. GLOUC. MIL. QUI QUIDEM 
THO. VERNEY FUIT FIL. ET HAER. 
RICI. VERNEY ARMIG. ET ANNS 
FILIS GULIEL. DANVERS MIL. 
UNIUS JUSTICIA" DNI REGIS 
H. VII. DE COMI BANCO QUI 
QUIDEM RICUS VERNEY ARMIG. 
EX ALUS EJUSD. COGNOMINIS 
ESQUESTR. ORDIN. HUJUS MANERII 
DE COMPTON VERNEY DNI 
ORIVNDUS HANC CAPELLA 
CONSTRUXIT SIIJI ET HAERED. 
SUIS OB SEPELIENDI 
LOCUM. 



ELIZAB FIL. ET HAERED. EDRI 
WILLOUGHBY ARMIG. ET 
MARGARETS FILIS DNI RICI 
NEVILL BARONIS LATYMER 
QUI QUIDE EDRUS WILLOUGHBY 
FUIT FIL. & HAER. DNI ROBTI 
WILLOUGHBY BARON BROOKE 
DE BROOKE IN COM. WILTON 
ET ELIZAB. UNIUS FILIAR. ET 
COHAERED. DNI RICI BEAUCHAMP 
BARONIS DE BEAUCHAMP DE 
POWICK IN COM. 
WIGORN. 



At East end : 

QUI QUIDEM RICUS VERNEY ET MARGARETA UXOR EJUS 
VITAM DEO PIAM, REGIBUS FIDELEM AMICIS BENIGNAM 
LI BR I & SUIS MUTUO DESIDERATAM ; CUM NUMEROSA 
PROLE VANIMI CONCORDIA, VIRIHUS INGENVIS NON 
SINE DIGNITATE, TRANQUILI.AM DEGENTES, VALETUDINARII 
TANDEM QUAM SCROTI MAGIS, SENIO JAM 
MATURESCENTE, PLACIDE CEDENTES 
UNA FIDELITER IN CHR1STO 
DORMIUNT. 



At the West end. — Quarterly of six : i, Verney ; 2, Loudham ; 3, 
Wendesley ; 4, Greene ; 5, Thame ; 6, Verney. Crest: On a wreath 
argent and gules, two urus horns per fess, the chief gules semee of 
bezants, the base vairy ermine and ermines, the whole mantelled argent, 
doubled gules. 

On East side. Verney and his quarterings as above. In pretence, 
quarterly of fifteen : 1, Grevill ; 2, Ermine a fess chequy or and 
azure, Arden ; 3, Willoughby ; 4, Beke ; 5, Latimer ; 6, Gules five 
fusils in fess argent, on each an escallop sable, Cheney; 7, Azure 
a cross patee or, Golcar (?) ; 8, Stafford ; 9, Argent six lions 
rampant gules, Grevill (?) ; 10, Maltravers ; 11, Or a saltire 
azure, Alderford (?) ; 12, Or on a bend sable three horse-shoes 
argent, Ferrers; 13, Azure, an eagle or, Beckberrie (?) ; 14, Gules a 
fess between six martlets argent, Blount; 15, Argent a fess azure. 

In the middle of the altar pace is a brass plate with inscription in 
raised letters, and three shields connected by a pattern incised in the 
marble, with a laureated skull in the centre. 

Shield in centre. Quarterly : 1, Verney ; 2, Ufford ; 3, Latimer ; 
4, Cheney; 5, Stafford of Northwick ; 6, Maltravers. Crest; 
An antelope trippant. 

On the dexter. Verney impaling Grevill. 

On the sinister. Verney impaling Southwell. 

The inscription runs : 

DOI GREVILL VERNEY 
DE COMPTON VERNEY VERVICENSI EQUITIS AURATI, FILII & HAEREDIS 
DOI RICARDI VERNEY, EQ. AV. & MARGARETS UXORIS 
FULCONIS GREVILLI 
BARONIS DE BROOKE SORORIS UNICffi ET HEREDIS 
CATHERINE 

DOI ROBERTI SOUTHWELL DE WOODRISING IN COM. NORFOL : EQ. AU. 
FILIiE CONNUBIO JUNCTI (QUIBVS PROLES QUINTUPLEX 
GREVILLIUS JOHANNES RICHARDUS GEORGIUS 
ET UNICA ELIZABETHA) 
EXUVIAS HOC MARMOR OBTEGIT 
ANNO 

(jETATIS 56) 1642 SATUTIS 
OB. MAII 12. 

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On the North side lies another slab of very similar design, but skull 
not laureated. The centre shield has the same quarters, viz: 1, Verney; 
2, Willoughby ; 3, Latimer ; 4, Cheney ; 5, Stafford ; 6, Mal- 
travers, with a crescent for difference. Crest: An antelope trippant. 

On the dexter. Verney impaling Grevill. 

On the sinister. Verney; impaling, Sable a fess argent between 
three anchors or, Wenman. 



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The inscription runs : 

MEMORISE SACRUM 
INCLYTI VIRI GREVILLI VERNEY ARMIGERI 
GREVILLI VERNEY MILITIS NATU MAXIM] : QUI 
NONO DECEMBRIS, ANNO SALUTIS 1648 (HEV 
NIMIS PROPERE) FLORENTE JUVENTUTE, SPIRI- 
TUM CREATORI REDDIDIT QUEM ELIZABETHA 
UXOR M>ESTISSIMA (AB HONOURABILI WENMANO- 
RUM PROSAPIA) VIX PER MENSES DUOS SUPER- 
VIVENS ANN FILIUM UNIGENITUM (AMORUM 
PIGNUS FAMILLE SPEM) GRATISSIMO GREVILL- 
UM NOMINE POSTHUMUM PEPERAT SPONSO 
ORBA VITA PERTjESA SPE REVISENDI QUEM 
AMISERAT COELUM ETIAM PETIIT 
MEMORIA PII iETERNA. 

On the South side, similar also in design, skull laureated, but one 
shield only, viz : Verney, a martlet for difference, surmounted by the 
Verney crest. 

The inscription runs : 

SEPULTUM HIC JACET CORPUS GEORGII VERNEY FILII 
NATUS QUARTI GREVILLI VERNEY EQUITIS AURATI ET 
DOMINiE KATHARINiE FILLS ROBERTI SOUTHWELL 
DE WOODRISING IN COMITATU NORFOLCLE OR- 
DINIS SIMILITER EQUESTRIS AB HAC CADVCA 
AD VITE LONGE FELICIOREM MIGRAVIT DIE 
FEB. VICESIMO jETATIS SUiE VICESIMO QUARTO 
ANNOQ DNI MILLES SEXCENT QUADRAGESIMO NONO. 

Immediately North of the foot-place lies a slab with another 
similar design. The shield in the centre giving in a lozenge the quarter- 
ings of Southwell, quarterly of six: 1, Southwell; 2, Wychingham ; 
3, Fastolfe; 4, Tendring; 5, Holbrook ; 6, Southwell. 

On dexter. Southwell impaling Howard. 

On sinister. Verney impaling Southwell. 

The inscription runs : 

M. s. 

DOMINJE HONOR ATISSIMiE KATHERINjE VERNEY QUJE 
ROBERTO SOUTHWELL DE WOODRISING IN COMITATU 
NORFOLCI/E EQUITE AURATO, IPSIUSQ CONJUGE NOBILIS- 
SIMA D.D. ELIZABETHA HOWARD, FILIA CAROLI NOTT- 

INGHAMIjE COMITIS rto vectv MAGNJE BRITANI/E THA- 
LASSIARCHiE AUSPICATISSIM/E ORIUDA CONJUX VERO ET 
RELICTA GREVILLI VERNEY DE COMPTON VERNEY IN COM- 
ITATU WARWICENSI MILITIS, CUI TRIADEM FILORU ET FILIAM 
UNICAM ENIXA TANDEMQUE SECULI PERT/ESA UT POTE 
ANNOS SEXAGINTA ET 6 NATA DENATA IDIBUS APRILIS 
A.D. 1657 IN DOMINO PLACIDE OBDORMISCIT AD TUBiE 
CLANGOREM EXPERRECTURA. 



West of this is a lozengy-shaped ledger inscribed : 



FIDA 

GREVILLI VERNEY 
BALNEI EQUITIS 
OMNIUM SVM /ETATIS CORPUS 
HIC JACET FORMOSISSIMUM 
HENTIS ANIMAM ETERNUM REQUIES SANCTORUM TENET HONESTA 
ORSA IN REQUIESCANT IN PACE 
NEC TEMERENTER CINERES 

PLURA SCIRE VELIS 
REMUM RESPICE PARIETEM 
CONJUGATIS AMORIS 
TESSERA 
CATERA DOCEBIT 
MARCUS POSUIT 
ARCHIBALDUS 
ERSKIN 
l66o 

GLORIA. 



Near this, on the South wall, is a lofty monument in the Corinthian 
order, having in the centre of the entablature the shield of Verney im- 
paling Russell, viz: Argent a lion rampant gules, on a chief sable three 
escallops of the first, ensigned with the antelope crest of Verney. On 
each side of the acroteria are seated cherubs. The pillars bear the 
arms of Verney and Russell respectively. Below the arch is a very 
handsome bust standing on a pediment inscribed : 



TO THE MEMORY OF S R GREVILL VERNEY KNIGHT OF THE 
HONOVRABLE ORDER OF THE BATH 
THE HONOVRABLE THE LADY DIANA VERNEY, HIS WIFE 
ELDEST DAUGHTER TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM 

EARLE OF BEDFORD ERECTED THIS MONUMENT 
HE WAS BORNE THE 26™ DAY OF JANUARY 1 648 MARYED 
THE 29™ OF AUGUST 1667 AND DYED THE 23 DAY OF 
JULY 1668. 

HE HAD ISSUE ONLY ONE SONNE NAMED WILLIAM WHO WAS 
BORNE THE I 2 th OF JUNE 1 668. 
QUID TIBI REGIS AMOR GENUS, ET SINE COMPARE FORMA 
CONJUGIOQ DOMUS PROFUIT AUCTA TUO 
VERE NOVA, PRIMOQ EREPTUS STORE JUVENTA 
CEU ROSA VIRGINEO POLLICE MESSA, JACES. 
SOTAMUR MERITO VITiE COMPENDIA NAMQUE 
VITA BREVIS NOBIS QVM TIBI LONGA FUIT 
MAGNA QUIDEM FUERAT MAJORUM GLORIA JUSTA 
EXTULIT HOS ALAS ; PLUS DEDIT ARRHA TUI. 



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On the West side of altar pace lie three ledger stones. On the south, 
shield of Verney : 

HERE LIETH THE 
BODY OF THE HONBLE 
WILLIAM VERNEY SON 
AND HEIRE OF S R GRE- 
VIL VERNEY KT. OF THE 

BATH, HE DIED 
IN AUGUST OF THE YEAR 
OF OUR LORD 1 683. 

In the centre, a similar slab with arms and antelope crest of 
Verney : 

here lyeth richard verney 
esq r son of the right honourable 
richard lord willoughby de broke 
by frances his second wife he 

DYED THE 23 rd OF JUNE AN° DOM 1 
1698. 

On the North side another, with the arms of Verney : 

HERE LIETH THE BODY 
OF JOHN VERNEY ELDEST 
SON OF JOHN VERNEY 
ESQ R OF ALEXTON IN LEICES- 
TERSHIRE WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE YE 15™ DAY OF MAY 
ANNOQ DNI. 1700. 

On the North wall is a large mural monument, with medallion 
portraits on a sarcophagus, and shield of arms on the wall-piece above, 
viz: Quarterly: 1, Verney; 2, Grevill; 3, Maltravers; 4, Heath. 
Over all a crescent for difference, impaling Harley. Crest : A white 
antelope courant, semee of torteaux. Motto : Virtue vaunceth. 

TO THE MEMORY OF THE RIGHT HON ULE JOHN VERNEY ESQ R , MASTER OF THE ROLLS, AND ONE OF 
HIS MAJESTY'S PRIVY COUNCIL, SECOND SON OF S R GEORGE VERNEY, LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE, 
DEAN OF WINDSOR. HE WAS EDUCATED TO THE PROFESSION OF THE LAW, WHEREIN HE GAVE EARLY 
PROOFS OF THOSE TALENTS, WHICH DISTINGUISHED HIM AS AN ABLE ADVOCATE, AND ADVANCED HIM TO 
BE KING'S COUNCIL SOON AFTER HE APPEARED AT THE BAR, AT THE AGE OF 34, HE WAS MADE 
CHIEF JUSTICE OF CHESTER AND BEFORE HE HAD COMPLEATED HIS 39™ YEAR, HE ARRIVED AT THE 
HIGH STATION OF MASTER OF THE ROLLS, IN WHICH HE DIED ON THE 5™ DAY OF AUGUST 174I, IN TH 
4 I st YEAR OF HIS AGE AN ORNAMENT TO HIS PROFESSION AND TO THE SEAT OF JUSTICE WHICH HE FILLE] 
WITH UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. IN PRIVATE LIFE HE WAS A TENDER AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND AN INDULGI 
FATHER, A FAITHFUL FRIEND; TRUE PIETY, UNAFFECTED AFFABILITY, JOINED TO A REMARKABLE QUICKNESS OF PA1 
MADE HIM BELOVED BY ALL THAT KNEW HIM AND HIS DEATH SINCERELY REGRETTED, TO THE MEMORY 
LIKEWISE OF ABIGAIL HIS WIFE (THE ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE HON BLE EDW D HARLEY AUDITOR OF THE IMPR] 
AND BROTHER TO THE EARL OF OXFORD LORD HIGH TREASURER IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE) BY WHOM 
HAD THREE CHILDREN JOHN PEYTO, THE PRESENT LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE, AND TWO DAUGHTERS 
MARGARET WHO DIED YOUNG & SARAH WHO IS STILL LIVING DURING THE COURSE OF 1 6 YEARS, SHE DISCHARC 

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THE DUTYS OF A WIFE WITH UNSHAKEN FIDELITY & AFFECTION & WAS THE SUPPORT OF HER HUSBAND 
IN A LONG ILL STATE OF HEALTH, WHICH WAS THE ONLY INTERRUPTION TO THEIR HAPPINESS THE 
REMAINING PART OF HER LIFE WAS SPENT IN THE EDUCATION OF HER CHILDREN, WHO WERE BOTH LEFT TO HER YOUNG. 
THIS IMPORTANT DUTY SHE PERFORMED WITH UNCOMMON WISDOM j AND WITH UNWEARIED 
ATTENTION FORMED THEIR MINDS TO THE SAME LOVE OF VIRTUE AND SENSE OF RELIGION WHICH 
ANIMATED ALL HER ACTIONS, AS SHE LIVED IN A STEADY AND UNIFORM PRACTISE OF VIRTUE 
SO WAS HER DEATH BED ATTENDED WITH THAT CALMNESS AND RESIGNATION WHICH ARE THE 
HAPPY EFFECTS OF A GOOD LIFE, SHE DIED ON THE IO TH DAY OF JUNE 1760, IN THE 58™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 
THEIR SURVIVING CHILDREN HAVE RAISED THIS MONUMENT OF THEIR FILIAL PIETY & GRATITUDE TO THE MEMORY 
OF TWO EXCELLENT PARENTS, WHOSE AFFECTION & TENDERNESS TO THEM WILL EVER LEAVE THE DEEPEST 
IMPRESSION UPON THEIR MINDS, & WHOSE VIRTUES THEY WISH TO IMITATE. 



On the same side of the chapel, but on the East wall, is another 
tablet with a shield of arms, viz : Quarterly of six : i, Verney ; 
2, Grevill ; 3, Maltravers ; 4, Beke ; 5, Latimer ; 6, Peyto ; 
impaling, North, ensigned with a baron's coronet and with supporters, 
the dexter, a white antelope semee of torteaux ; the sinister, a griffin 
sable, gorged and winged or. 

sacred 
to the memory of louisa 
eldest daughter of 
francis north earl of guilford 
by his second wife elizabeth 
a daughter & heiress of 
sir arthur kaye baronet 
and widow of 
george legge viscount lewisham 
she was born april 3 • 1 737 

AND MARRIED OCTOBER 8 th 1 76 1 
TO JOHN PEYTO VERNEY 
LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
WHO ERECTED THIS TABLET 
AS A TESTIMONY OF HIS HIGH REGARD 
AND AFFECTION TO HER 
SHE DIED APRIL 2 nd 1 798 
IN THE 6 I st YEAR OF HER AGE 
AND IS BURIED IN THE FAMILY VAULT 
UNDER LIGHTHORNE CHURCH 
SACRED ALSO 
TO THE MEMORY OF HER HUSBAND 
JOHN PEYTO VERNEY LORD WILLOUGHBY 
DE BROKE WHO AFTER A LONG LIFE PASSED 
IN THE CONTINUAL EXERCISE OF EVERY 
CHRISTIAN VIRTUE DEPARTED THIS 
MORTAL LIFE ON THE I 6 th FEBRUARY 1816 
IN THE 78™ YEAR OF HIS AGE AND IS 
BURIED IN THE FAMILY VAULT 
AT LIGHTHORNE CHURCH. 



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On the south side of the altar is another tablet with these arms : 
Quarterly: i, Verney; 2, Grevill ; 3, Maltravers ; 4, Peyto 
impaling Williams, viz., argent two foxes counter salient gules. The 
shield is ensigned with a baron's coronet, and has the Verney motto 
and supporters. Below is a medallion portrait of deceased. 

THIS MONUMENT 
IS ERECTED BY HIS AFFECTIONATE WIDOW 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
HENRY PEYTO, BARON WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
WHO IS BURIED IN A VAULT ADJOINING THIS CHURCH 
HE WAS BORN THE 5™ OF APRILL 1 7 73 
AND DIED THE I 6 th OF DECEMBER 1 85 2 
HE LIVED IN THE FEAR OF GOD 
AND DIED IN THE HOPE OF A JOYFUL RESURRECTION 
SACRED ALSO 
TO THE MEMORY OF HIS WIFE 

MARGARET 
LADY WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 3 rd OF AUGUST 1880 
IN THE 8 I st YEAR OF HER AGE. 
" BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD." 

MATT. V. 8. 

Above this hangs a hatchment of the arms. On the North wall 
is a small mural tablet : 

IN 

MEMORY OF 
ROBERT JOHN VERNEY 
BORN OCTOBER 17 1809 DIED JUNE 6 1862 
BURIED IN THE VAULT OF LIGHTHORNE CHURCH 
"THE SPIRIT GIVETH life" 

2 COR. III. CHAP. 6 VERSE. 
"LET NOT YOUR HEART BE TROUBLED 
NEITHER LET IT BE AFRAID." 

ST. JOHN XIV CHAP. 27 VERSE. 

AND OF 
GEORGIANA JANE 
LADY WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
BORN AUGUST 12 1 823 DIED MARCH 7 1 889 
BURIED AT LIGHTHORNE. 
"REST IN THE LORD." 

PS. XXXVII. 7. 

On the slab covering the vault outside the chapel is this inscription : 

THIS PRIVATE CHAPEL & BURIAL VAULT 
THE PROPERTY OF LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
WAS CONSECRATED BY THE RIGHT REVEREND 
HENRY PEPYS, LORD BISHOP OF WORCESTER 
JULY 26™ 1852. 



The site of the former chapel and burying ground is at the East end 
of the North side of the upper lake. It is surrounded by shrubs, and 
has recently been enclosed by iron railings. Prominent in this en- 
closure is a stone obelisk, which, with the ledger stone at its foot, bears 
the following inscription : 

THIS OBELISK IS AN EXACT MODEL 
OF THE LATERAN OBELISK AT ROME 
THE GRANITE WAS GIVEN BY JOSEPH THOMAS TREFERY ESQ R 
OF PLACE IN CORNWALL. 



THIS OBELISK WAS ERECTED BY 
HENRY LORD WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
IN SEPTEMBER 1 848. 
IT MARKS THE TOMB OF HIS ANCESTORS 
AND THE ANTIENT GRAVEYARD OF COMPTON VERNEY. 



UNDER THIS STONE IS THE ENTRANCE 
INTO THE VAULT BELONGING TO THE 
VERNEY FAMILY. THEY CONTINUED 
TO BURY HERE TILL THE OLD CHAPEL 
WAS TAKEN DOWN IN THE YEAR 1 7 72. 
THE VAULT EXTENDS FROM HENCE 
EASTWARDS & ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 
THIS STONE THE CHAPEL STOOD 
(THE FOUNDATIONS OF WHICH ARE STILL 
REMAINING) UNDER WHICH MANY 
OF THE FAMILY ARE BURIED BESIDES 
THOSE IN THE VAULT NONE OF WHOM 
WERE REMOV'D THIS STONE WAS LEFT 
FOR THE INFORMATION OF POSTERITY 
THAT THEY MIGHT NOT IGNORANTLY 
DIG 1 INTO OR REMOVE THE GROUND 
HERE PLANTED UPON. 



Several headstones now laid flat are thus inscribed : 



HERE LIETH INTERRED THE 
BODY OF MARGARET FROMENTIN 

ALIAS DANCHY NURSE TO 
GREVILL VERNEY KN T OF THE 
HONOURABLE ORDER OF YE BATH 
DECEASED NOV R YE 24 
1670 AGED 48. 

DNA BONIS PROGNATA PARENTIBUS. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
MARY GREEN 
WIFE OF ROB T GREEN 
DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM 
AND ELIZABETH OLORENSHAW 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JAN. YE 13™ 1760. 
AGED . . . 



HERE 
LYETH Y E BODY 
OF WILLIAM HOL- 
KINES AND ALY . . . 
HIS WIFE. HE DIED 
JULY Y E 12 
I7l6. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH WIFE OF 
M R WILLIAM 
OLORENSHAW 
WHO DIED OCT" Y B 2 1 
1705 AGED 45. 



THOMAS Y E SON OF ROGER WARNER 
AND JANE HIS WIFE, DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE OCTOBER Y E 5™ IN THE YEAR 
OF OUR LORD 1704 
AGED 49. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
M R WILLIAM OLORENSHAW 
WHO DIED DECEMBER Y E 4™ 
1765 IN THE 73 YEAR OF HIS 
AGE. 

HE SERV'D THIS HON DLB FAMILY 
WITH HONESTY AND FIDELITY 
36 YEARS. 



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UNDER THIS STONE LIES 
THE BODY OF GERALDINE 
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF JAMES 
HUGH SMITH BARRY ESQ RE OF 
FOTA ISLAND QUEENSTOWN AND 
WIFE OF HENRY VERNEY 1 7™ 
BARON WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. 
SHE WAS BORN 26™ APRIL 1 847 
DIED 21 st DECEMBER 1894, 

MINE SAITH THE LORD OF HOSTS IN 
THAT DAY WHEN I MAKE UP MY JEWELS. 

HERE LIES THE CASKET 
WAITING FOR REPAIR 
THERE DOTH CHRIST THE JEWEL 
IN HIS BOSOM BEAR. 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
KATHERINE VERNEY 
YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF 
HENRY VERNEY I 7™ 
BARON WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE 
BORN 3 rd JULY 1875 
DIED 28 JULY 1897. 
IS IT WELL WITH THE CHILD ? 
IT IS WELL. 

The foregoing notes have been kindly sent me by the Rev. 
James Harvey Bloom, M.A., Rector of Whitchurch, 
co. Warwick. — F. A. C. 



Pattrick Family. 

Charles Thomas, Son of George and Mary Pattrick was born at Morden 
College on Black-heath Kent in the Parish of Charlton on Saturday 
the tenth of July 1790 at four o'Clock in the afternoon. 

N.B. he was baptized by his father in Morden College Chappel 
on the nineteenth day of August following : Lord Dacre, Tho s 
Pattrick, & his grandmother Ferriday being Sponsors, his baptism 
is registerd in the register book of Morden College and also in the 
Parish Register of Charlton. 

Mary Anne, daughter of George and Mary Pattrick was born at N° 6 
Wilderness Row S f John Clerkenwell on Tuesday the second of 
October 1799 at twelve o'Clock at noon. 

N.B. She baptized at N° 6 by her father (the parish Clerk 
attending with the Register) the twenty first of November following. 
Lady Dacre of Lee, Anne Ferriday, Rev d Nathaniel Gilbert and 
John Pattrick being Sponsors. 

From a Bible in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Tebbs and Mann Families. 



Sir Benjamin Tebbs died 31 st Dec: 1796 aged 66 years. 
Susannah Lady Tebbs died 28 July 1807 aged 60 years. 
Antoinette Tebbs died 27 th Feby 1827. Buried 11 th March. 
William Tebbs died 15 th July 1831 aged [blank] years. 
Eliza Hodgson died 14 July 1833 aged [plank'] years. 
George Tebbs died 13 March 1842 aged 65 years. 
Jane Tebbs died 3 January 1845 a g e d 89 years. 
Susanna Mann died 15 October 1854 aged 77 years. 
Katherine Mann died at Secunderbad October 7 th 1851. 
Alfred Mann died in America 26 th Dec br 1859. 
Emily Mann died at Holloway 26 th Dec br i860 aged 60. 
Henry Mann died at Twickenham 11 th Jan? 1859. 
George Mann died at Bayswater 6 th Oct br 1871 aged 58. 
Died at Brixton Abraham Mann Jan? 1830 aged 65. 
Packman J. Mann died at London 24 th Dec br 1843. 

From a Book of Common Prayer in my possession, "Cambridge, 
Printed by John Baskerville, Printer to the University ; by 
whom they are sold, and by B. Dod, Bookseller, in Ave- 
Mary Lane, London, MBCCLXII."—¥. A. C. 



Foote Family. 

John Foot 1754. 

N.B. at the above date, and some years after usually omitted the (e) 
at the end of Foot but being told by his Father Richard Foote the 
original family Name was spelt with an e. was the reason of 
alteration. 

Richard Foote Son of ... . Foote of Cottenham in the County of 
Cambridge Married Mary Howlett the Daughter of Francis and 
Catharine Howlett on the 25 th day of March 1731 in the Parish 
Church of Mildenhall in the County of Suffolk in which said 
Parish she was Born. 

They had Issue. 

Richard their Son, Born the 19 th March 1732 who Died in his Infancy. 

John Foote Born in the Month called December on the 17 th day 
1733 O.S. He Married Tabitha the Daughter of Tho s & Tabitha 
Knowles of Knaresbrough in the County of York on 6 th Month 
25 th 1756- 

Richard their third Son Born Novemb r 13th 1735 He married Eliz bth 
Wrangle of Hornsey in County of Cambridge He Died of the 
Small Fox in the Month called November 1765. Had several 
Children but all Died in their Infancy. 

Mary Foote Born May the S th 173S. She Married Tho s Wilson of 
Cambridge by whom she had several Children all Died in their 
Infancy except Mary the Eldest and Elizabeth the Youngest (now 
living 1776). 



William Foote Born July 24 th 1739. He Died May 23 d 1745. 
Susannah Foote Born Novemb r 3 d 1740. She died in her Infancy. 
Catharine Foote Born Septemb r 11 th 1741. She Married John Cook 

the Son of Isaac Cook of Mildenhall in Suffolk She died 

1 77 1 and was Buried in Knapwell Church in County of Cambridge 

Left two Children Richard Foote Cook ; and John Cook the 

Youngest. 

Mary the Wife of Rich d Foote and Daughter of Francis and Catharine 
Howlett, Departed this Life on the 4 th of the Month called June 
1743 in the 30 th year of her Age Interr'd in Mildenhall 
Churchyard between her Fathers and Mothers Grave. 

Richard Foote Husband of the said Mary and Father of the afores d 
Issue Departed this life on the 2 2 d of the Month called May 1776 
In the 69 th year of his Age Interr'd in Barnwell Churchyard. He 
Married for his 2 nd Wife Mary the Daughter of Thomas and 
.... Hart of Cherry Hinton. 

No Issue survived her. 
Married for his 3 d Wife Mary the Widow of John Collins of 
Barnwell. 

Mary the Wife of Richard Foote of Barnwell in Cambridge, was 
Daughter of Frances and Catharine Howlett of Mildenhall in 
Suffolk departed this life on June 4 th 1743 O.S. and was interred 
in Mildenhall Churchyard. Her Children were at her decease. 



John, Born Dec r 4 th 


*733- 


Richard in \ 


1735- 


died in 1765 / 


Mary 


1737- 


William 


1739- 


died about 4 years old 




Catharine born 


1743- 



Married John Cook. 
Viz* Two other who ) 
died in their infancy > 
Richard and Susan. ) 

She Died in the 30 th year of her Age a valuable virtuous woman. 
Catharine Howlett Widow of the above Frances and Mother of Jane 
Mary and John departed this Life 23 October 1752, in the 79 th 
year of her Age and was Buried in Mildenhall Churchyard. 

She was A faithful prudent Wife, 

An Affectionate parent, 

A sincere Friend. 

A pious Christian. 
Sweetly together did those parts agree, 1 
That made her what she was, > 
And what such ought to be. f 

Tho s Knowles sen r of Knaresbrough in the County of York Departed 
this Life first Day about the 3 rd Hour in the Afternoon the 26 th 
of the 9 th month 1762 in the 64 th year of his Age, after a teidous 
Illness being Confined to his Bed about ten Weeks Was Buried in 
Friends Burying Ground at Scoton on the 3 rd day after his Decease 
being the 28 th of the s d month. 



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Jane Husk Wife of Rich d Husk of Beck-row in Mildenhall Suffolk 
Departed this Life the . . . . of y e n tb Month called Nov r 1765. 
Aged 55 years. A Woman greatly beloved by most that knew her. 

Rich d Foot jun r of Hornsey in y e County of Cambridge Departed this 
Life the .... of the 11 th Month 1765. Aged near 30 Years. 
Died of the Small-Pox. Left behind a Wife with Child of the 
Sixth Child which are all Dead 1766. 

Rach 1 Knowles daughter of Tho s & Tabitha Knowles late of Knaresbr 
Yorkshire Departed this Life the 11 th of 11 th month 1770 at 
Mildenhall between I st & 2 d Hour in y e Morning after a painful 
afflicting Illness which she was greatly enabled to bear in much 
resignation And was Buried in Fr ds Burying-Ground in Holywell-row 
at Mildenhall Suffolk the 16 th of the same In the 31 st year of her 
Age. A truly valuable Young Woman who mercifully witnessed the 
redeeming power of Jesus, to wean, and draw with the Cords of 
his Love into an earnest pursuit after an inward acquaintance with 
him whose happy portion I believe is now the enjoym' of his 
presence for ever. 

John Howlett of Mildenhall Suff : departed this Life on I st of 3 d Month 
1777. Buried in the Parish Churchy d Aged about 61 years. 
He was Son of Francis and Catharine Howlett of the said parish 
and Brother to Jane the Wife of Rich d Husk and Mary the wife of 
Richard Foote. 

Tabitha Foote Wife of John Foote of Mildenhall in County of Suffolk 
Departed this Life on 14 th of io tu Month 1779, In London 
and was Buried in Bunhill-fields Burying Ground the 18 th of the 
same Aged 51 years and about 10 Months. Was Daughter of 
Thomas and Tabitha Knowles of Knaresbr Yorkshire aforesaid. 
She was a tender Loving and Affectionate Wife. Her affliction of 
Body was great, which lasted three years but it pleased the Lord of 
infinite mercy in his own time to deliver out of all. She Married 
the aboves d J. F. on 25 th of 6 th Month 1756. 

Thomas Knowles MD. of London Son of Tho s Knowles of Knaresbr 
Yorkshire and Tabitha his Mother Departed this Life on 16 th of 
11 th Month 1786, in the 52 d year of his Age. Was Buried on the 
26 th in Bunhill-fields Burial Ground London. Died of a fever in 
about 10 days after he was taken. Was a person of exemplary 
sobriety and of an enlightened mind an Able proficient in his 
Practice and gain'd a large Income, for his Son & Widow in the 
course of about 13, or 14 years. 

On the 8 th of the 9 th Month 1796, about the sixth hour in the 
evening Richard Brewster of Bury in Suffolk Departed this Life in 
the 77 th year of his Age, and was Buried in Friends Burial Ground 
there on the 13 th instant. He was a Man of piety benevolence and 
charity universally esteemed by all ranks and societys of people that 
knew him. Issue left one Son and three Daughters viz 1 Thomas, 
Mary Wife of John Foote, Hannah Wife of Dykes Alexander and 
Martha single woman. Grand Children Nine in all, living. 

From a MS. common-place book in my possession. On a 
fly-leaf is written "John Foot, 1734." — F. A. C. 



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Lord Family. 

Geo. Lord Son of Joseph Lord born 17 th Oct r 1732 

Joseph 20 th May 1734 

John (& died 7 th Sep r 1737) 25 th Sep r 1735 

Andrew 30 th Nov r 1736 

Betty (& died 28 Feb* 1761) 10 th Oct r 1738 

William (& died 16 th Sep' 1765) 18 th Dec r 1740 

Sailing to Bengali from Madrass to Visigapatam 
on board the Granvile Cap. Parson Fenner 
Martha 18 th Sep r 1742 

Simon 18 th Oct r 1743 

John (& died the Day after being baptizd) 7 th Feb y 1 745 
Mary 24 th Jan? 1748 

Peter 29 th June 1749 

Thomas 2 d Dec r 1751 

Posthumous 6 th Mar. 1754 

Father Joseph Lord died 29 th Dec r 1753 

Mother Elizabeth (Maiden Name Marsh) 21 st Aug 4 1758 
Eliz. Lord (maiden name) Greenwood wife of And w Lord born 11 th 
Sep r 1742 Married at Bow Church 13 th Mar. 1766 died 8 th Dec r 
1767 & buried at Charles Town So. Carolina, the 10 at S' 
Michaels Church. 

Betty Daughter of A'd w Lord born 29 th Aug* 1767. Sailed for England 
the 4 th Apr. 1768 with Biddy Stephenson and a Black Nurse to 
take care of her in the Ship London. Alex r Curling, Master. 

B r Joe's Children 
Martha born 29 th Oct r 176 1 
Joe do. 19 th Jan? 1764 

George do. Apr. 11 th 1767 

From a New Testament, "Cambridge, Printed by John 
Field, Printer to the Universitie, 1662" in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Denton Family. 

Mathew Denton Born Jan 1 "*' 17, 1768 at 6 o'Clock in the Morning Died 

Nov br 19 Aged 10 Months & 2 days. 
Phillip William Denton Born July 31 st at 7 oClock in the Morning 

and Died Feb r y 13, 1770 Aged Six Months & thirteen days. 
Matthew Denton Born March 24, 1771 at 12 oClock at Noon. 
Miss Polly Guibert Marred to M r Matthew Denton Decm br 27, 1766. 
Miss Guibert Marred to M r Thomas Howse Decm br 26, 1767. 

From a New Testament in my possession, "London : Printed 
by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the King's Most Excel- 
lent Majesty ; and by the assigns of Robert Baskett, 
MDCCXLVIL" On a fly-leaf is written: "Mary 
Denton Her Book Given her by her Father Philip 
Guibert in January th 8 1757." The volume is inter- 
leaved, and contains many notes in manuscript. — F. A. C. 



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Owen Family. 



Ellin the Doughter of Hugh Owen by Elizebeth his Wife was born the 

20 th Day of March 1763. 
John the Son of Hugh Owen by Eliz th his Wife was born the 8 th Day of 

Aprill 1765. 

William the Son of Hugh Owen by Eliz: his wife was born October 25 th 
Day 1767. 

Jane the Doughter of Hugh Owen by Eliz: his Wife was born the 12 th 

Day of January 1756. 
Jane Gisselock Died Jenuary n, 1812 at one In the morning. 

From a Bible in my possession, "London : Printed by Mark 
Baskett, Printer to the Ring's most Excellent Majesty ; 
and by the Assigns of Robert Baskett, MBCCLXFL". 
On a fly-leaf is written : "Elinor Huglies her book 
1774 given her by me P: Harris." "Elinor Owen Iter 
Book Aged 16 years Anno Domini 1779? — F. A. C. 



Rymer Family. 

Elizabeth Rymer (Daughter of Chris : & Jane Rymer of Wolsingham) 
born the 2 d day of October 1803 between 5 & 6 o'Clock in the 
Evening. 

Eliz h christened the 6 th Jan>' 1804. 

Anne born the 5 th August 1805 at a quarter of an Hour before 10 

o'Clock at Night and christened the 17 th Janry 1806. Anne died 

on the 23 d March 1806 about 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, and 

was buried on the 26 th Mar. inst. 
John Snaith Rymer born 5 th December 1806 bet 5 & 6 o'Clock in the 

Morning. Christened 6 th Janry 1808. 
William Henry Rymer born the I st December 1808 ab l 9 o'Clock in 

the morning. Baptised 29 th Aug 8t 181 1. 
Jane Rymer born the 15 th August 181 1 about 4 o'Clock in the morning. 

Baptised 29 th August 181 1. 
Jane Rymer christened by the Rev d Hayton at Sunderland the 6 th 

Sept r 181 7. 

W m Henry Rymer christened at Sunderland the 6 th Sepf 181 7. 

Eliz th Watson, widow of Joseph Watson, Wolsingham died 19 th Sepf 

1817 — aged 85 Years. 
Jane Rymer Wife of Christ: Rymer died the 12 th Aug st 18 19 ab l 9 

o'Clock in the Morning — aged 50 Years. 

From a small Bible in my possession, "Printed at Cambridge 
by John Archdeacon, Printer to t/ie University, And sold 
by John, Francis & Charles Pivington, Benjamin 
White, and Charles Dilly, in London; and J. dr* J. 
Merrill in Cambridge, 1790." — F. A. C. 

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Irvine Family. 



Thomas Irvine born 3 rd Jan y 1 749. 
Elizabeth Little born 20 th Sept r 1758 
Rev d W m Little, Westerkirk. 

Children 
Bridget born 28 th April 



Married 16 th June 1780 by the 



Andrew 
Walter 
Margaret 
Jean 

Elizabeth 
John 

Archibald 
Robert 



7 th Dec r 
20 th Sept r 
i st May 
23 rd April 
9 th March 1794 

r-th 



1783 
178S 
1787 
1790 
1792 



5 »u Aug t 

Nov 



1795 
1797 
1800 



16 th April 

Archibald Irvine born 10 th Nov r 1797. 
Marianne Shakespear born 16 th May 181 6 

by the Rev d G. Ward at Allahabad. 
Children 

Archibald born 

Elizabeth „ 

Emily Charlotte „ 

John Shakespear „ 

Marianne Eliza ,, 

Alice Henrietta ,, 



18 th Dec r 1835. 

7 th Aug 1 1837. 
10 th Jan y 1839. 



19 th Dec r 
29 th Dec r 
7 th Nov r 



1840. 

1841. 

1843. 



Married 27 th March 1835 



From a Bible dated 1S15, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Lawrence Family. 

Elizabeth Lawrence was born february y e 5 th and baptised the 12 th 
1698. 

Samuel Lawrence was born May the first and baptised y e 10, 1702. 
Giles Lawrence was born June y e 25 th and baptised the ffirst of July 
i7°5- 

George Lawrence was born April y e 20 and baptised the 25 th 1708. 
An Lawrence was Born ffebruary y e 3 And baptised the 7 th 17 13. 
J: L: She departed this Life Jvly the 17 th 1702. 
G: L: he departed this life October y e 18 th 1702. 
S: L: departed y e Life July 12, 1747. 
S: L: departed Nov: 3, 1750. 

From a copy of "Quarks Emblemes" in my possession. On 
the back of one of the illustrations is written " Samuel 
Lawrence of Bourton on y e water his Book y e gift of his 
Brother George in y e year of our Lord 1680." — F. A. C. 

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Root J i Family. 

Richard, the son of Rich d &: Margaret Rooth was borne about two of 
y e clock in the morning on munday, being the 30 th of July 1655. 
And was baptized y e vi th of August ffollo. 

Susanna the daughter of Rich d and Margarett Rooth was borne between 
8 & 9 of the clock att night on Saturday being the 27 th of feburary 
1657 : and was baptized on y e 18 th of March ffollo. 

William y e son of Richard and Margarett Rooth : was borne betweene 
2 or 3 of y e clock in y e morning on tuesday being y e 28 th of May 
1 66 1. And was baptized on y e 30 th of y e same moneth. 

Abraham y e son of Rich d & Margaret Rooth was borne betweene 8 & 9 
att night on tuesday being ye 27 th of May (1662) & being very 
weake was Imediatly baptized: died y e 3 d May 1663. 

Richard the Son of Rich d & Margaret Rooth was borne about three of 
y e Clock in y e morning on friday being y e 23 rd of October 1663 and 
was Baptized y e same day ffollo. 

Pater meus ex hoc luti tabernaculo decessit 22 th Augusti An Dom ni 
1647. R. R. 

Fro7n a volume in my possession containing the Book of 
Common Prayer, Bible with Apocrypha, and Metrical 
Psalms, "Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, 
Printer to the King's most Excellent Afajestie; and by 
the Assignes of John Bill 1642." — F. A. C. 



Stamps Family. 

John Stamps was Born august 17 th 1736 old stile. 

Ann the wife of John Stamps was Born 14 th Jnuary 1743-4. 

John Stamps Son of John and Ann Stamps was born Sep tr y e 30 th 1765 

at 2 Clock New Stile on monday. 
Samuell Stamps Son of John &: Ann Stamps was born march y e 13 th 

1767 friday night eight a clock. 

Joseph Stamps Son of John and Ann Stamps was born January y e 24 

1768 a Q r Past 11 Sunday night and y e 19 th may following died. 
Thomas Stamps Son of John & Ann Stamps was born y e 30 th January 

1770 at 4 a'clock tuesday morning. 
Tho s Stamps son of John & Ann stamps Died Sept r 14 th 1833 aged 
62 years. 

John and Ann Stamps were married january y e 31 st 1765. 

From a volume in my possession containing tlu Book of Common 
Prayer and Bible, "Oxford, Printed by John Baskett, 
Printer to the University, MDCCXXXV." On the fly- 
leaves is written the following: "Sarah Currier Her 
Book 1744." "Ann Haynes Her Book 1759." " RicW 
Stamps J lis Book 10 th June 1792" "Rich* 1 Stamps His 
Book June 24"' 1792." " Tho* Stamps His Book the 
Gift of his Father 1837."—?. A. C 



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IVetherall Family. 



Selina Fanny Wetherall aged 21 years married August 29 th 1848 to 

Frederick Augustus Wetherall aged 35 years: Died at Port 

Royal 20 th April 1856 aged 28 years and 5 months buried St. Ann 

Church Halfwaytree near Kingston Jamaica. 
Lt. Col. F. A. Wetherall died at Nassau in command of the West India 

Regt August 2i l 1857. 
Edward Bingham Campbell Wetherall born July 6 th 1849 at Cholderton 

Montreal. Died at Manchester 12 Aug 1 i860. 
Pritzler Charles Augustus Wetherall born August 27 th 1850 at Montreal. 

Died August 10, 1851 at Montreal P.C.A.W. Buried at Montreal 

in the Military Burial Ground Montreal. 
Robert Alexander Wetherall born at Montreal 24 th May 1852. 
Up Park Camp Jamaica 24 th May 1855 Born d'Arcy Pakenham 

Wetherall. 

Married the 10 th Aug st 1781. F r A. Wetherall. 

Memorandums of the Births & Deaths of Cap n Wetheralls Children by 
Elizabeth his wife. 



Names. 
W m Rowley Wetherall 
Frederick 
George Augustus 
Frederick Augustus 

* Edward 

* Isabella Mary Eliza 
Charles 

A Boy Still Born 
A Boy D° 
A Boy D° 
Alexander 
John Francis 
Augusta Mary Adolphina 



Births. 
8 Oct 1 " 1782 
20 Feby 1784 
20 Feb? 1788 
20 Feb y 1789 
8 Aug st 1 79 1 
30 May 1795 
23 d July 1798 
2o tn March 1801 
24 th May 1802 
14 th April 1803 
27 th July 1804 
7 Sep r 1805 



Deaths. 
30 Sept r 1785 

1 March 178 . 
8 April 1868 
21 Dec 1856 
18 March 1814 
3 Nov r 1827 

2 Oct 1868 



Oct 3 1869 
28 Sep 1842 
6 March 1807 London 

died 1 Oct 1885 at Blackburn 

* Edward Wetherall, Capt" in the Royal Sets was killed at the storming 

of Bergen op Zoom on 8 th March 1814. 

* Isabella Mary, wife of Tho s Pakenham Esq. of the Hon ble East India 

Civil Service. Died at Lans le Bourgh, Savoy, on her way to 
Rome for the recovery of her health, on the Eigth of Nov r 1827. 
She arrived f m India six months previous to this. 
General Sir Frederick Augustus Wetherall G.C.H. died at Castle Hill: 
Ealing, 18 Dec r 1842 in his 88 th year — he was born 10 th August 
I75S- 

His widow Eliza Ann Lady Wetherall died at Castle Hill Ealing June 
20, 1846. 

Both are buried in a vault in Churchyard of S. Mary's Ealing. 
General Sir George Augustus Wetherall G.C.B. Governor of the Royal 

Military College, died at Government House, Sandhurst April 8 th 

1868 in his 81 st year. 
His wife Frances Diana Lady Wetherall died at Sandhurst 11 Dec 1867. 
Both are buried in a vault in the College Cemetery. 

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Frederick Augustus, a Rear Admiral died in Dublin 21 Dec 1856 and 
is buried at Perivale Middlesex. 

His wife Mary Wetherall died at Castle Hill Lodge Ealing 2 Feb* 184S 
and is buried at Perivale. Their daughter Elizabeth died at 
Torquay Jan 23, 1861, and is buried in the Cemetery. 

Notes from fly-leaves in my possession, formerly in a Bible, 
"London, Printed by C. Eyre cV A. Strahan, His 
Majesty 's Printers." On the title-page is written : 
" Capt* Wetherall, 10 th August 1781." — F. A. C. 



Carter Family. 

Samuel Thomas Carter 1?,°"? 2 ^ 

l_Died Dec 22 2 p.m. 

Laura Catherine Chapman 9 "| l868 . 

Married April 9 th 18 14 at the Parish Church of St. Johns Margate By 

Rev d Sir John Fagg Bart. 
N° 1 Laura Elizabeth born at 2 o'clock in the morning January 10 th 
1816 named January 12 th 18 16 by Rev d Sam 1 Tho s Chapman 
Registered in the Parish of East Molesey Feb y 17 th 1816 by 
Rev* 1 W m H. Chapman after the completion of the Service. 
Sponsors 

Dansic Carter 
Sam 1 Tho s Chapman 
Elizabeth Seaber Chapman 
Ann Elizabeth Chapman 
N° 2 Samuel William born at i past no clock in the forenoon March 
13 th 1817 baptized March 15 th 1817 by Rev. B. Ritson and 
Registered in the Parish Church of Lowestoff Suffolk died March 
27 th following. 

N° 3 Ann Hamilton born April 5 th 18 18 Baptized April 8 th by Rev d B. 
Ritson and Registered in the parish Church of Lowestoff. 
Sponsors 

ReV 1 W. H. Chapman 
Susanna Chapman 
Mary Slack 

N° 4 Samuel Robert — Born June 28 th 18 19 at 9 O clock p.m. baptized 
June 30 by the Rev d B. Ritson and registered in the parish of 
Lowestoff 

Sponsors 

-R. L. D. Chapman 
C. M. Chapman 
Mrs. Jane Humphries 
N° 5 Mary Dansic — Born May 2 d 1822 at 2 O clock p.m. Baptized 
May 3 d by Rev' 1 B. Ritson and registered in the Parish of 



Lowestoft. 



W : B : Carter 
Sponsors -] M rs John Carter 

M re Cha* M. Chapman 



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N° 6 Henry Thomas — Born August 21 st 1823 at 10 minutes before 5 
a.m. Baptized August 2 2 d by Rev d B. Ritson and registered in 
the Parish of Lowestoft. 

f John Tho s Carter 
Sponsors -J Henry Chapman 

{ Elizabeth Seaber Chapman 
N° 7 Kate Emma Born Oct r 24 1825 at f after 8 O clock p.m. 
Baptized October by Rev d B. Ritson and registered in the 
Parish of Lowestoft. Died May i st 1826 and buried in the same 
grave with Samuel William in Lowestoft church-yard. 
N° 8 Ellen Harriett Born March 27 th 1829 at ■§• past 4 p.m. Baptized 
March 28 by Rev d Tho 8 Sewell and registered in the parish of 
Lowestoft. Died July 23 d at 11 p.m. 1863. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, dated 
1813.—Y.K.C 

1363810 



Weller Family. 

Edward Son of John & Kath. Weller Born on Saturday the 2 7 of Nov r 1790. 
John Son of John & Kath. Weller Born on Saturday the 4 th of Jan y 94. 
Katherine Daughter of John & Kath. Weller Bom Saturday April 11-95. 

Died Saturday Sep r 19, 1795. 
Richard Son of John and Kath. Weller Born Monday May 28, 1798. 
Katherine Weller wife of Jn° Weller Departed this life on Friday the 

12 th of Aprill 1799 at half after Eleven at Night much regretted. 
Eliza Weller Born Dec 1 ' 9 th 1804 Daughter of John and Elizabeth 

Weller, died Ocf 26 th 1810. 

From a copy of 11 The Ladies Calling" "Oxford, Printed at 
the Theatre, MBCCV.," in my possession."— F. A. C. 



Deare Family. 

Charles Deare, a Commander in the Royal Navy, and Margaret Musket 

were married on the 19 th of September 1833. 
Their eldest child, Louisa Rowley, was born on the 9 th of May 1836 at 

West Cowes I. of W. where she was baptized in [plank in orig7\ 

following — 

Robert Elphinstone was born on the 18 January 1838 at S 1 Mary Church, 
Devon, where he was baptized on the 21 st of April following. 

Margaret Powell was born on the 20 th of July 1839 at Millfield and 
died there on the 10 th of May 1840 — having been baptized at 
Edmonton the preceding August. 

Margaret born on the 28 th May 1841 at S l Mary Church, Devon. 

From a copy of" Townsend's Bible" in two volumes, dated 1834; 
on the fly-leaf of each volume is written "Charles Deare" ; 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Herbert Family. 

George Herbert, born in Exeter in August 1736 Married in April 
1763 Mary the daughter of Richard Fillis of Plymouth, she died 
24 th April 1809 by whom he had the following issue — 

Born Died 
Mary .... Febfy 22 d 1767 Jany 11 th 1796 
George .... Janry 17 th 1769 Feb? 19 th 1822 
married Eliz a Arscott 6 th April 
181 2 by whom he had issue 
four Children viz 

Jenny .... Febry 2 d 1771 Sepf I st 1791 
Anne .... Sept r 19 th 1772 

married to Rob' Fortescue by 

whom she had many Children 
Elizabeth . . . July 6 th 1775 

married to Rich d Fillis by 

whom she had 2 Children 
Henry .... Decern 1 " 13 th 1782 Janv 3 d 181 3 

My Father born at Exeter in 1 7 1 1 1 Aged 
Died at Topsham in October 1792 / 81 

Extract from the Will of Mary Fillis, dat d 28 Dec r 1782 
read the 18 th April 1790. 
£50 to W m Fillis, £$0 to his Wife, 
^50 to Mary the Wife of Geo : Herbert. 
Five Pounds each to as many grand Children as shall be living at the 
time of her decease, Jenny Fillis, Executrix. 

S' Mary Major Exon. 
George Son of George & Mary Herbert was Baptized in the above 
Church August y* 2 2 d in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred 
& thirty Six as Appears by the Register of the s d parish from 
which this is a true Extract. 



Exeter June 22 d 1776. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, "London, 
Printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas 
Newcomb deceased; Printers to the Queen's most 
Excellent Majesty, MBCCVI."—¥. A. C. 



Williamson Family. 

1792. September 22 Child Born Be-Longin Richard and Nanccy 
Williamson 

John Williamson was Born September 22, 1792. 
Robart Williamson was born Feberey 20, 1794. 

Richard and Ann Williamson was marred at the old Cherch Manchester 
1791 November 17. 

From a loose fly-leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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A tcherley Family. 



Ann Atcherley was borne July the last 1643 being monday morning. 
Sara Atcherley was borne September the 6 th 1645 being monday 
morning. 

Tho: Atcherley was borne february the 14 th 1646: being wenesday 
about nonne. 

Andrew Atcherley was borne Aprill y e 7 th 1649: being Saturday 
morning. 

Elenor Atcherley was borne november y e 16 th 1650 (?) being Saturday 
twilight. 

Rich: Atcherley was borne October ye 2 th 1652: being Saturday betwix 

5 : & : 6 : in morning. 
Jane Atcherley was borne march ye 19 th 1653: being sunday about one 

of ye clocke in ye morning. 
Mary Atcherley was borne September ye 29 th 1657: being tusday 

morning delight. 



From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, "Imprinted 
at London by Robert Barker, Printer to the King's most 
Excellent Majestie, 1614"; on the inside cover is 
written : 11 M r Frederick Giles, Age ij, 1875 Per shore 
Worcestershire" ; on the back of the title to the New 
Testament is written: " Thoams Gough dewlling with 
Mr. John Spurgin, Curer, dwelling at Cathay without 
Rackly gat in Bristoll Thomas Atcherly." — F. A. C. 



Memo r : James Scott & Hannah his wife were Marryed May 29 th day 

Anno Domini 1684. 
My sonn James was borne March 13 th i68|- betwixt Twelue & one in 

y e day & Baptized one y e 19 th day ditto. 
My sonn David was borne March y e 2 nd 168-7- betwix two & three in y e 

afternoon & Baptized y e 20 th ditto. 
My sonn John was born March 31 about three in y e morning & baptized 

Aprill y e 11 th 89. 

My Daughf Hannah was born Apr" 13 th 93 about 12 att Neight & 
Baptised about three in the afternoone. 1693. 



Elizabeth Clarke gave this Bible to me James Scott upon the 14 day of 
July 78. 



From a Bible in my possession, " Imprinted at London by the 
Deputies of Christopher barker, Printer to the Queen's 
most Excellent Majestie, i^pp"; on the back of the title 
to the New Testament is written: "James Scott, Elizabeth 




Scott Family. 



Clarke." — F. A. C. 



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Verney Family. 



John Verney son of George and Margaret Verney Born y* 5 23 d day of 
October 1699. 

Abigail Harley y e dau : of Ed : &: Sarah Harley born y e 16 th of May 

1703. They intermarry'd September 16, 1724. 
Margaret their daughter was Bapt: Aug 1 27 th 1726. Her sureties George 

Lord Willoughby de Broke, the Hon ble Edward Harley Auditor of 

the Imprest, Margaret Lady Willoughby de Broke & M 18 Abigail 

Harley. 

Sarah Verney was born December 13 th 1732. Her sureties the Earl of 
Oxford, & Edward Harley Esq r her uncle, afterwards the Earl of 
Oxford the Hon ble M re Duncombe & the Hon ble M re Verney Relict 
of Thomas Verney Esq r . 

John Peyto Verney was born August 4 th 1738. His sureties the Hon ble 
Robert Harley Esq r his Uncle & Anthony Duncombe Esq r the 
Countess of Derby & M rs Peyto. 

Lady Louisa North daughter of Francis Earl of Guilford Born 3 rd of 
April 1737 by Elizabeth Lady North Relict of George Viscount 
Lewisham only Daughter & Heiress of Sir Arthur Kaye Baronet 
of Woodsom in Yorkshire. They intermarry'd October 8 th 1761. 
Their issue. 

John Peyto Verney born 28 th June 1762 Christen'd 18 th July 1762. His 

Godfathers were The Earl of Guilford, & Robert Harley Esq r . His 

Godmother The Countess of Guilford. 
George Peyto Verney Born 25 th June Baptiz'd 23 rd July 1763. His 

Sureties The King, the Earl of Oxford, & Dowager Lady Willoughby. 
Louisa Verney Born 25 th January christened 21 st February 1765. Her 

Sureties The Countess Dowager of Oxford, The Countess of Oxford 

& Lord North. 

Sarah Verney Born 31 st May 1767 Christened 26 th June. Her Sureties 
The Countess of Radnor, The Hon ble M rs Brudenell & The Hon blc 
& Rev d M r John Harley. 

Margaret Verney Born in London August 27 th 1726 Christen'd at S' 
Giles's. The Lord Willoughby de Broke & M r Auditor Harley were 
her Godfathers & the Lady Willoughby &: M rs Abigail Harley her 
Godmothers. 

Louisa Verney Born June 20 th Christened July 1 7 th 1769. Her Sponsors, 
Margaret Duchess Dowager of portland, Lady Martha Milborne & 
the Hon ble & Rev d Brownlow North, Canon of Christ Church. 

Maria Verney Born July 24 th christened August 28 th 1771. Her 
Sponsors Lady Mary Greatheerd, Hon blc M re Tho s Harley & Robert 
Drummond Archbp: of York. 

Francis peyto Verney born May 13 th christened June io ,h 1772. His 
Sponsors peregrine Duke of Ancaster, Thomas Earl of Kinnoul & 
Lady Cust mother of Sir John Cust Bart: Late Speaker of the House 
of Conis. 

Henry Verney born April 5 th christened May 3 rd 1773. His Sponsors 
Henry Lord paget, Sir John Lyster Kaye Bart: & M* 8 Wheeler. 

William Verney born Sept: i6 ,h christened Oct: 14 th 1774. His 
Sponsors Brownlow, Earl of Exeter, William, Earl of Dartmouth & 
Susanna, Countess of Oxford. 



Francis Verney born May 22 Christened June 19 th 1777. His Sureties 
Anne, Baroness Dacre, Sir William Bagot & Sir Francis Charlton 
Bar ts . 

Henrietta Verney born June 16 th christened July 10 th 1778. Her 
Sureties Henrietta Cavendishe, Countess of Stamford, the Hon bIe 
M rs Harley wife to the Hon ble John Harley, Dean of Windsor, & 
the Right Hon ble Thomas Harley Alderman of London. 

Louisa Verney born June 28 th 1769 married the Rev. Robert Barnard, 
Prebendary of Winchester. 

Louisa their daughter, born July 24 th 1802. Her Sureties Frances, 
Countess Dowager of Dartmouth, M rs Melesina Barnard, & John 
Peyto, L d Willoughby. 

Robert John born 17 th Oct r 1809. His Sureties the R 1 Hon ble Lady 
Charlotte Duncombe the Hon ble & R' Rev d the Lord Bishop of 
Winchester, the Hon ble Henry Verney. 



From a family Bible bound in leather with silver mounts, and 
bearing the arms of Foley in a lozenge, viz. : A fess 
engrailed between three dnquefoils ; in the possession of 
Lord Willoughby de Broke. On the Cover is written: 
"Sarah Foley 16 g6." "A. Harley the gift of our dear 
mother 17 20." 



Verney Family. 

Robert Barnard, Prebendary of Whincester & Rector of Lighthorne in 
the County of Warwick married the Hon ble Louisa Verney only 
surviving d : of the Right Hon ble Lord Willoughby de Broke the 
31 day of October 1793 aged 33 years. By special Licence in the 
chapel at Compton. Having had three fine children still born it 
after pleased God to give them a living child viz: Louisa who was 
born in Hill St: Berkeley Square London on the 24 th July 1802 
& christened in the Parish Church of Lighthorne on Sunday the 
19 th of Sept r in the same year. The R' Hon ble Frances then 
Dowager Lady Dartmouth, & M r9 Barnard of Bactur & the Lord 
Willoughby de Broke being sponsors by Proxy. — St deo lavs. 

Charlelotte born also in Hill Street the 17 th of August 1803 died the 
next day in a convulsion fit having breathed this vital air little more 
than 20 hours. Blessed be the name of the Lord, as well for what 
he gave, as for what he hath taken away. 

A son also still born 24 th July 1803 in Hill St. 

Robert born at Lighthorne Aug st 31, 1806 died Sept: i st living about 28 
Hours. God's holy will be done. 

Robert John born at Lighthorne the 17 th of October 1809 & privately 
baptised the same morning & received into the Congregation the 
29 th of April 1 8 10 Brownlow North the Lord Bishop of Whin- 
chester, Hon ble Henry Verney, & Lady Charlotte Duncumbe 
Sponsors by Proxy. 

Charlotte born at Hill S' London Dec r 29 th 18 10 breathed this mortal 
air only about 10 hours & returned her spirit to her maker. 



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Henry born in Hill S l London June 2 nd 1812 & was taken away on the 

9 th as we trust in Everlasting Felicity. 
Joseph Townsend B.A. 7 th son of Gore Townsend Esq r of Honington 

Hall in this County married Louisa Barnard in this church on the 

ninth of June 1825. 
Eldest son of these two excellent People and good children to us. 
Henry born at Lighthorne on the 28 th of Jan 1 "? 1827 & privately baptized 

at the same Place, 7 th of March. Rec d into the Congregation on 

Easter Day 15 April. Sponsors his Grandmother, Lord Willoughby 

de Broke his Uncle Rob c for M r Henry Townsend. God be 

merciful to him. 

Louisa Anne born at Honington 15 th July 1828 privately baptised Aug st 
following. Aunt Charlotte, M re Henry Townsend, her Uncle 
Robert Barnard. She was rec d into the Congregation at Lighthorne 
the 26 day of April by Fred Townsend, Curate & may every Blessing 
in time &: Eternity be hers. 

Robert John Barnard son of the late Rev d Robert Barnard Rector of 
Lighthorne in the County of Warwick married Georgiana Jane 
Taylor third daughter of Col : Taylor of West Ogwell House in the 
County of Devon, at Sandhurst Church Berkshire the 25 of 
October 1842. 

Robert John Barnard son of the late Rev d Rob 1 Barnard and married 
Georgiana Jane Taylor third daughter of Co 1 Taylor of West 
Ogwell House in the County of Devon at Sandhurst Church Berk- 
shire on the 25 th October 1842. 

Henry born at Kineton on the 14 th of May 1844 Christened at the above 
church by the Rev d Francis Miller on the 13 th of July 1844. 
Sponsors the Right Hon bk Lord Willoughby de Broke the Rev d 
Henry Townsend of Honington Hall in the County of Warwick 
and M rs Taylor of Ogwell Devon. 

Walter Robert Born at Kineton the 18 th of March 1846 christened on 
the 28 th of April by the Rev* 1 Francis Miller. Sponsors Sir Walter 
Carew Bart : the Rev d Edward Golding & M re Joseph Townsend. 

Margaret Louisa born at Kineton the 13 th of April 1847 Christened the 
16 of May by the Rev d Francis Miller. Sponsors Lady Willoughby 
de Broke, M rs Fortescue, Pierce Taylor Esq r . 

Alice Jane b: at Kineton on the 3 rd of February 1849 Christened the 
28 th of the same month by the Rev d Francis Miller. Sponsors 
Lady Carew, Miss Taylor, M r Fortescue. 

Robert Reynall b: at Kineton August 8 th 1850 Christened the 6 th of 
September by the Rev d Francis Miller. Sponsors M r Joseph 
Townsend, the Rev d Fitzwilliam Taylor, Miss Charlotte Taylor. 

Susan Emma born on the 4 of November 1852 christened at Kineton 
by the Rev d Francis Miller I st Dec: 1852. Sponsors Baroness 
North, M rs Stephens & Major Rcynell Taylor. 

Mabel at Kineton on the 6 th of October 1855 Christened at Kineton 
Nov: i sl 1855 by the Rev d Francis Miller. Sponsors Lady 
Duckworth, Miss Taylor, M r Rob 1 Portal & Col: A. J. Taylor R.A. 

From a Bible in tfie possession of Lord WillougJiby de Broke. 
On tfie cover is written : " Robert Barnard ij6i The 
Legacy 0/ his Affectionate Unkle J. Rosenhagen tct 20." 



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Sargeaunt Family. 



I was marrid to mary the dafter of Richard Tripet Gent on friday ye 

5 th of June 1702 at St. mary decrifts Church in Gloss. 
& mary my wife was borne ye 24 th day Septem one of ye Clock in ye 

morning & baptized ye 27 th dito 1674. 
I was borne ye . . of Septem r 1679 & babtized ye 29 dito W. S. 
Ann My first Daughter was born Munday Morning between 3 & 4 of 

y e Clock being March y e 22: i7of & baptized March 25, 1703. 
Sarah My second daughter was born satterday night between 10 & 11 

of y e Clock being march ye 4 th 17 of & baptized march ye 5 th 

Elizabeth my third dafter was borne Saterday night about 10 of ye 

clocke being March ye 17th 170I & baptized y e 18th dito. 
My dafter Sarrah died ye . . . 

Edward my first son was borne ye . . th of febu 170! & baptizd ye . . . 
Edward died ye . . th of 1707. 

Mary my 4th Dafter was borne ye 18th of Aprill 1708 about 3 of the 
clock in the morning & baptiz'd the 13th of May Do. 

From loose fly-leaves with autographs of " Will: Sargeaunt 
1701 his Book," "Jn° Sargeaunt Anno 1731" in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 




Bayley Family. 

William Bayley was Born Oct r 11 th 1791 Tuesday in the Evening 11 

oClock. Died June 23 rd 1857 a 8 OClock P.M. 
Will 1 " Bayley was Born Sep 1 15, 1818 Tusday Evening at Eight Oclock. 
Mary Sage Bayley was Born Sep 1 9 th 1820 Saturday Morning at two 

Oclock. 

Susanna Dorothy Bayley was Born Feb 1- ? 7 th 1823 Friday Morning Five 

Minuts before Four. 
James Rogers Bayley was Born June 17 th 1825 Friday Morning twenty 

Five Minuts Past One Oclock. 
Matilda Bayley was Born March 6 th 1828 Thursday Morning thirty 

Minuts Past Six Oclock. 

These two last entries are written in pencil: 

William Sage Bayley was Born Sep 1 15, 18 18 Tuesday Evening at 
8 Oclock. 

Mary Rogers Bayley was Born Spt th 9 1820 Saturday Morning 2 
Oclock. 

From the fly-leaves of a book called " The World" 
in my possession, — F. A. C. 

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B tire ham and Jackson Families. 



Will" 1 & Rebecca Burcham Married Oct r 2 nd 1780. 

Sarah, Daughter of the above \ Married June 30, 1806 to 

Born on Saturday Dec r 15, 1781./ Postle Jackson of Ipswich. 

1 Married July 14, 1803, to 
Joseph Bellamy of London. 
Rebecca Bellamy died the 3 d of De- 
cember 1821 and was buried in the 
Church of Little Blackenham Suffolk 
aged 38. 

Matilda Born on Sunday Jany\ Died 22 June 1785 & Buried 26 th A 
18: 1784. / in the Vault at Bottom South Isle. 

Mary Born on Tuesday July 12 :\ Married March 24, 1806 to John 
1785. ) Hindes Groom of Framlingham Clk. 

and died Dec. 2, 1867: buried at Earl Soham: Suffolk. 
Matilda Born on Friday Nov r \ Died 20 th June 1787 and Buried 24 th 

24: 1786. / D°. 

Rebecca the Wife of William Burcham died Nov 28, 1786 Aged 34 
years. Buried in the Vault in S 1 Michael's Church, Cornhill, 
London. 

William Burcham married Susan Pretyman daughter of Rob 1 Pretyman 
of Wingfied: Suffolk his second wife October 1787. Had no sur- 
viving issue. 

William Burcham died August 18, 1794 Aged 50: Buried in the Vault 
in Cornhill. 

Susan Burcham died October 13, 1799 Aged 44 Buried in Wingfield 
Church. 

Rebecca, the First wife of William Burcham was daughter of Jonathan 
and Mary Kecr of Framlingham, Suffolk. 

1. Stephen, son of Postlel died February 16 th 1855I His son Frederick 
and Sarah Jackson born J- buried at Nettlestead. J-John was born Au- 
on Monday July 27, 1807. J I gust 10 th 1855. 

2. Elizabeth born on Tues-\died January io ,h 1862 

day Sep. 20, 1808. / buried in a vault at Nettlestead. 

3. Postle, born on Thurs-\died at Woodbridge, April 8, 1890 aged 80 
day Feb. 22, 1810. / leaving issue two sons, Stephen and Frank. 

4. William born on Sunday! Died on the 2 d of August 1811 and buried in 
May 26, 181 1. / the Church Yard of St. Mary at Elms 

Ipswich on left side of Chancel Door. 

S* Mary, at j It appears by the Register Book 
Coslany in > of the said Parish of S' Mary 
Norwich. ) that Elizabeth daughter of 

Thomas Postle by Eleanor his Wife 
was Baptized October 14 th 1747. 

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Postle Jackson, son of Stephen Jackson of Ipswich and Elizabeth his 
wife (late Elizabeth Postle of Norwich) was born on the 2 2 d of 
October 1778. 

Stephen Jackson, son of the above Stephen and Elizabeth Jackson was 
born on the 21 st of December 1785. 

5. John, son of Postle and Sarah Jackson) 
was born on Friday, November 12, 181 3./ 

t- n o c -d 4.1 jcuti! died at Oswaldrich York, 

6. George, Son of Postle and Sarah Jack- Au£USt I4 th l8 , 6 le ft 

son was born on Sunday the ig th May!- > r> c*. u 

jgjg issue George Stephen 

J Henry bornDec 14, 1848. 

Married 21 st August 1849 
to Charles Apthorp, 
Captain in the 41 st Bengal 
Native Infantry. Hon. 
E. I. Company's service. 



7. Rebecca, Daughter of Postle and Sarah 
Jackson was born on Sunday June 17, 
1821. 



Postle Jackson died November 15 th 1847 aged 69, and was buried in a 
vault in the churchyard of Nettlestead, where also are interred 
Sarah, his wife, who died November 22 nd 1862 aged 80, and their 
daughter Elizabeth, who died January 10 th 1862 aged 53. 

Elizabeth the wife of Stephen Jackson, died on the 16 th of April 1816 
and was buried on the 23 d in a new vault in the chancel of the 
Parish Church of Nettlestead, aged 69. 

Stephen Jackson died on the 10 th of September 18 18 and was buried 
on the 1 6th in the vault at Nettlestead, aged 71. 

Their Son, Stephen, died on the 4 th January 1838 and was buried on 
the 10 th in the vault in the chancel of Nettlestead, aged 52. 



On the fly-leaf occurs 





2> v*** 'v./tf. j^y4- 



From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, 
"London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William 
Strahan, Printer to the King's most Excellent 
Majesty MDCCLXXIIIP—Y . A. C. 



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ff 



Kelk and Dunn Families. 

Copied from Matthew Kelk his Book. 
Catharine Kelk was born Jan? y e 29, 17 15. 
Mathew Kelk was born March y e 5 : 1 7 1 7. 
John Kelk was born November y e 3, 17 19. 
Mary Kelk was born March y e 4, 1725. 
William Kelk was born September (?) 27 th 1727. 

Phebe Kelk Daughter of the above W m Kelk born Feby: 27, 1779. 

married to Jon n Dunn Sept: 6, 1804. Died March 5, 1874. 
John Kelk the Son of John & Phebe Kelk was born Dec: 27 in the 

year of our Lord 1747, old style. 
Phebe Kelk was born Feby 25, 1752 old style. 

18 th Aug st 1763. 
Sarah Cheetham Chang'd her Name to Dunn. 

Mary Daughter of Tho s and Sarah Dunn, Born Jan 1 "? 12 th 1765, 

Baptized the 31 st Ins' By Rev d M r Sloss. 
Jonathan Dunn, Son of the Above Tho s & Sarah Dunn Born October 

6 th 177 1, Baptized same Day by Rev d M r Sloss. 
Tho 5 Dunn Son of the above Tho s & Sarah Dunn Born September 28 th 

1773 Baptizd .... Rev d Mr 

Jonathan Dunn died Nov 1 " 23, 1859 at 10 minutes past one in the 

morns, Aged 88 years. 
Edward Dunn Married Dec. 11 th . 
Newham Dunn Married Ap 1 23 rd 1857. 
Catharine Hannah Dunn died May 18, 1863 Aged 47. 
Mary Baker died April 8 th 1865 in her 58 Year at Tower Hill Parsonage 

near Belfast, Australia. 
William Dunn died Nov r 6 th 1866 (aged 52) at Melbourne, Australia. 
Phcebe Dunn died March 5, 1874 at 3 p.m. at Mount Vernon 

Nottingham. 
Phebe Kelk Born Feb^ 27 th 1779. 
William Kelk Died Feb 1- ? 26 th 1789. 
Elizabeth Kelk Died Sept br 16 th 1805 (Aged 73 years). 
W. & E. Kelk the Father & Mother of the above Phebe Kelk. 
Jonathan Dunn Born Oct br 6 th 177 1. 

Jonathan Dunn Married to Elizabeth Barnett Oct br 17 th 1798. 
Henry Dunn Born Jan 1 ^ 22 d 1801. 
Betsy Dunn Born July 27 th 1803. 
Elizabeth Dunn Died Aug st n, 1803 (Aged 2S years). 
E. D. the Mother of the above H. & B. Dunn. 
Jonathan Dunn Married to Phebe Kelk Sept br 6 th 1804. 
Jane Dunn Born July 19 th 1805, the Daughter of J. & P. Dunn 2 Oclock 
Morns. 

Married, Sept r 14, 1848 to L. A. Baker, Mary Dunn the Daughter of 

J. & P. Dunn Born April 2 2 d 1807. 
Ann Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Jan y 31, 1809. 
Phoebe Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Novb r 2S, 1S10. 
Sarah Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Aug 1 2, 18 12. 
William Dunn Son of J. and P. Dunn Born on Wednesday Aug* 3 at \ 

past 9 in the morning 1814. 
Catharine Hannah Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn born Novb r 7 th 

1815- 

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Betsy Dunn Died Feb* 13, 181 7 aged 14 years after an illness of 4 days. 
Jonathan Newham Dunn Born Dec r 11, 1817, at 20 minutes past 5 
Oclock. 

Edward Thomas Dunn born Sept r 19, 1823 20 minutes before 5 in the 
afternoon. 

Frances Emma Dunn Died 1824 Jan y 27 aged 2 years and 1 Month. 
Henry Dunn married to Euphemia Borrell December 18 th 1825. 
Phibe Dunn Married to William Andrew August 30, 1832. 
William Dunn Married to Ellen. 3 Daughters, Phoebe married 
to Edward Cosier, Mary to ... . Fox, Kate to ... . Meads. 

3 Sons W m Henry Died Jan y 25, 1881, Edward Thomas, Charles 
Jonathan Frederick. 

Mary Dunn Married to Louis Alexander Baker Sept r 14, 1848. 
W m Kelk Died Feby 26 th 1789 Aged . . years. 
Elizabeth Kelk Died Sept r 16 th 1805 Aged 73 years. 
Phebe Kelk Born Feb? 27 th 1779 Daughter of the above W m & E. 
Kelk. 

Jonathan Dunn Born Oct r 6 tu 1771. 

Jonathan Dunn Married to Elizabeth Barnett Oct r 17 th 1798. 
Henry Dunn Son of J. & E. Dunn Born Jan y 2 2 d 1801. Died Mar: 16 
1878. 

Elizabeth Dunn Daughter of J. & E. Dunn Born July 27 th 1803. 
Elizabeth Dunn Wife of J. Dunn Died Aug' 11 th 1803 Aged 28 years. 
Jonathan Dunn Married to Phebe Kelk Sept r 6 th 1804. 
Jane Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born July 19 th 1805 2 Oclock 

Morns. Died Nov r 26, 1875. 
Mary Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born April 2 2 d 1807 11 Oclock 

Morns. Died April 8, 1865. 
Ann Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Jan y 31 st 1809 2 Oclock 

Morns. 

Phebe Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Novb r 28 th 1810 1 Oclock 
Morns. 

Sarah Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Aug st 2 d 18 12 2 Oclock 

Morns. Died June 22, 1886. 
William Dunn Son of J. & P. Dunn Born Aug st 3 d 1814 £ past 9 

Oclock Moms. Died Nov r 6, 1866. 
Catharine Hannah Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Novb r 7 th 

18 1 5 5, Oclock Morn. 
Elizabeth Dunn Died Feby 13, 18 17 Aged 14 years, after an Illness of 

4 days. 

Jonathan Newham Dunn Son of J. & P. Dunn Born Dec r 11 th 181 7 

20 minutes past 5 Oclock A. N. 
Hellen Elizabeth Dunn Daughter of J. & P. Dunn Born Sepf 8 th 182 1 

5 Oclock A. N. Died 18 Nov r Aged 10 weeks. 

Frances Emma Dunn Daughter of J. and P. Dunn Born DeC 23 d 1822 

10 Oclock at Night. 
A Boy born the 19 th Sept r 1823 20 minutes before 5 in the afternoon. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, " Printed by 
Tho : and John Buck, Printers to the University of 
Cambridge, i6jj ; on the fly-leaf is written " William 
Kelk's Book."—¥. A. C. 



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Sewell Family. 



James Sewell and Mary Rowning married Ocf 5, 1758. 
*Mary Sewell born Dec r 10, 1759 — -Died Ocf 15 th 1835. 

Sarah Sewell born Ocf 24, 1760 died April 1766. 

Ann Sewell born June 5, 1762 died an Infant. 

James Sewell born Dec r 25, 1763 died an infant. 
*Ann Sewell born June 6, 1765. 

Sarah Sewell born July 8, 1767 died April 1 77 1. 

* Elizabeth Sewell born Ocf 27, 1772. 

* Mary Sewell married to Will 1 " Schreiber Ocf 2, 1781. 

* Ann Sewell married to John Richardson January y e 31 st : 1791. 

* Elizabeth Sewell married to Will 1 " Deane May 6 th 1794. 

MP Richardson died at Norwich March 12 th 1796 her remains were 
inter'd in S l Giles's Church. 

On the fly-leaf is the autograph of 



William Whitelegg and Mary Ann Bugler were married at Beaminster 
in the County of Dorset: by the Rev d \V. S. Oke; Jany 6 th 1845. 

Eleanor Jane was born Jany 7 th 1846 at 8.0. A.M. Baptized at 
Beaminster Feb: . . 1846, by the Rev d W. S. Oke. Sponsors Mr. 
Everett, Mrs. Hoare and Miss Lofft. 

Mary Frances was born Fbry 16 th 1849. Baptized at Beaminster by 
the Rev d Sam 1 Flood March 16th 1849. Sponsors Mr. Everett, 
Mrs. Barratt and Mrs. Short. Born 10.20. A.M. 

Elizabeth Christie born 21st Sep 1 " 1S51, \ past 8 P.M., baptized at 
Beaminster 26th Oct. 185 1, by the Rev d Sam 1 Flood. Sponsors 
M r Hoare, Mrs. E. Cox, Mrs. Akerman proxy and Miss Bugler. 
Died Sep r 3rd 1852 of Convulsions. Buried by Rev d S: Flood, at 
Trinity C h Beaminster \ past 10 A.M. Sep r 9 th 1S52. 

Charlotte Susanna was born at the Parsonage Threlkeld, Tuly 9, 185S, 
12.30 P.M. Baptiz" at Threlkeld Aug. 4, 1858, by Rev. William 
Whitelegg. Sponsors Rev. W. Whitelegg, Miss Lofft and Mrs. 
Tho s Bugler. 

Mary Frances married to the Rcv d Charles Grant at the Parish Church, 
Widnes, Lancashire by the Rev d Canon Hartford Battersby on 
27th April 1869. 

Eleanor Jane married to Frederick Joynson Esq r at the Parish Church 
Widnes, Lancashire by the Rev. H. G. de Bunsen Sep r 30, 1875. 




From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Oxford: Printed by Mark 
Bashett, Printer to the University, MDCCLXV.," in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 



Whitelegg Family. 



From loose fly-leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Driver and Fairbank Families. 



John Driver Departed this Life September the 2, 1763 aged 48. 

May 19, 177 1 Rich d Driver Departed this Life Aged 26. 

Ann Nichols Mother of Thomas Fairbank Departed this Life March 

9 th 1778 Aged 64. 
Thomas Fairbank and Ann Driver Was Married at Stepney Church 

October the 29, 1769. 
Ann Fairbank Daughter of Thomas & Ann Fairbank was Born May i st 

1 771 at Marget Street in the parish of Studham in the County of 

Bedfordshire (first Child). 
Mary Fairbank Daughter of Tho s & Ann Fairbank was born Janrv 4 th 

1773 at Marget Street in the parish of Studham in the County of 

Bedfordshire (second Child). 
Elizabeth Fairbank Daughter of Tho 5 & Ann Fairbank was Born Sept r 

15 th 1774 at Marget Street in the Parish of Studham & County of 

Bedfordshire. 3 Child. 
Sarah Fairbank Daughter of Tho s & Ann Fairbank was Born May 25 th 

1777 at Marget Street in the Parish of Studham & County of 

Bedfordshire. Died Sept r 15 th 1777 in y e said Parish. 4 Child. 
John Driver Fairbank Son of Tho s & Ann Fairbank was Born Sepf 

18 th 1778 at Brick Wall in the parish of Hatfield and County of 

Hertford. Died June i st 1780. Buried at Flamsted in Hartford 

Shire. 

From a Bible in my possession, "Printed by Tho : Buck 
6° Roger Daniel, Printers to the University of Cam- 
bridge, 1637." On a fly-leaf is written : 1 Hannah 
Rolfe her Book." " Ann Driver her Book. Given her 
By Mad" 1 Dawson Feb? 27, 1763 in the year of 
her age 1763." — F. A. C. 



James Family. 

Mary the daughter of Edward and Ann James was born January 2 nd , 1774. 
Blanch James was born June 12 th , 1776. 

Edward James was born July 18 th , 1778 and was buried July 21 st , 1778. 
2 nd Edward James was born July 24 th , 1779. 
Martha James was born December 3 rd , 1783. 

Jane James was born October 3 rd , 1787 and died January 3 rd , 1790. 
Edward James The Father of the Preceeding Children died October in 
the year 1814. 

From a "Family Bible" with Apocrypha, in my posssession, 
"by the Rev. Alexander Fortescue, D.D., Rector 
of Stretton," "Winchester: Printed and sold by 
J. Wilkes by appointment of the Proprietor, 
MDCCLXXVIL"—F. A. C. 



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Bramston Family. 



Thomas Gardiner Bramston born July 24 th 1770. Godfathers M r 
Thomas ffytche, M r Freeman. Godmother M 1 " 5 Deedes. He was 
innoculated Feb: 1772 at Hertford by Baron Dimsdale, had the 
Whooping Cough & Measles afterwards. 

John Bramston born May 2i Bt 1773 Sponsors M™ Jane Powys, M r 
Deedes, M r Toke. Was innoculated in London with W m and 
Mary Ann Bramston Feb: 1778 by Baron Dimsdale had the 
Whooping Cough and Measles afterwards with them. 

William Bramston born July 24 th 1775. Sponsors M r Mills, Wardens 
Hall, M r Westbrooke M re Freeman. 

Mary Ann Bramston born Jan: 6 tb 1777. Sponsors M R Toke, M re Strutt 
M r D. ffytche. 

Edmund Bramston born June 27 th 1780. Sponsors M re Westbrooke, 
Sir John Dyke & M re J. Brograve. Died July 2 2 d 1792. 

From a volume in my possession, containing the Book of 
Common Prayer and Bible with Apocrypha, '■'■University 
of Oxford: Printed by John Baskett, MDCCXIX"; 
on the fly-leaf is written: "Miss Elizabeth Berney, 
Her Book; August the 17, 1724. S. Greenvill, 
Scripsit."—F. A. C. 



Johnston Family. 

Samuel Rvtter my Sonne was borne the 27 August 1607 and chrystened 
the 6 of September m r thomas alport m r anthony Crew Godfathers 
my syster wythens Godmother. 

Joseph Rutter my Sonne was Borne the 14 of ffebruary 1609 and 
chrystened the 21 of ffebruary my brother Robert & my brother 
humffrey Clarke being godfathers and mycossyne Katheryne mellowes 
being Godmothers God for his mercy give theme grace to lyve in 
his feare and to Love God w'h all there hart withall th°re soule 
and wachfull over their soules lokinge for the coming of our Lord 
Jesus Christ who shall change the vyle body so into the Lycknes 
of his Gloryous Boddy and make them ptakers of his heavenly 
kynd on to whom we ascryb all Glory and power ffor ever and ever 
amen 

Jane Johnston hir book 1727. 

My dear husband died the 26 day of May 1725. 

My brother Joseph tait died in the Aperill before 1725. 

My son dauid Johnston dyed th c 19 day of Jully 1728. 

Dauid Johnston son of John Johnston was born Jully 26, 1 731. 

From a Bible in my possession, "Imprinted at London ly 
Christopher Barkar, dwelling in Poiules Churchyard at 
the signe of the Tygres Head, 1576." On tlie inside of 
the back cover is written : " Tlwmas Davies Booke 
1722."— F. A. C 

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King Family. 



John King and Maria Bird were Married in Port Glasgow by the 
Reverend John Forrest parish Minister Nov r 18 th 1805. 

Their Son John Bird King was born in Durnford Street Stonehouse 
parish of East Stonehouse Devonshire the 29 th Day of Sept r 1806 
he was Christened in Stonehouse Chapel the 15 th January 181 1. 
Sponsors Celia McLeod his Grand Mother Capt n Nathaniel 
Cole R.M. and Tho s Savory Esq r purser R.N. by proxy for his 
Uncle Thomas Bird in Tobago. 

Thomas King their Son Born the 9 th of July Died the Same day. 

Henry Curzon King their Son Born the 6 th Day of Dec r 181 1 at 8 in 
the Morning Christened in Stone House Chapel January the first 
181 2 Sponsors Ann King The Honorable Henry Curzon, Rear 
Admiral of the White and Normand McLeod Esq r . 

Thomas King their Son Born the 21 st Day of Nov r 1813 In Jubilee 
Street Plymouth on Sunday at 9.20 P.M. Christened by the Rev d 
Doct r Hawker Dec r 7 th 181 3. 

Maria Bird Wife of John King and Mother of the Aforementioned 
Children died at Sherwood park Estate In the Island of Tobago 
the 11 th day of February 181 7. 

On the 21 st Day of Augs' John Bird King My Eldest Son was Bound 
an Apprentice in the Cecilia Capt n Hepburn belonging To Mess rs 
Douglass & Co. of Glasgow for three 3 years he Served out his 
Time got a good Character & went Second Mate of a Brig the first 
Voyage After his Time was Out. 

The 15 th of Oct r 1827 My Second Son Henry Curzon King went into 
the Custom house at Port Glasgow. 

18 th Sept r 1828 Thomas Bird King left Spring Bank for London to join 
Cap 1 Hall of the Ship Duke of Kent on a voyage to New Mexico 
and was bound to him for four years. 

In August 1830 Henry Curzon left Spring Bank to join his brother John 
in London to Sail with him to Jamaica to be employed as overseer 
on Estate in that Island. 

John King and Margaret Foster were Married at Carnegie Park on the 
7 th day of June 1819 by the Reverend John Forrest parish Minister 
of Portglasgow. At a Quarter of an hour before Midnight, James 
Foster King Their son was born at Spring Bank on Saturday the 
19 th day of August 1820. Christened on the 5 th day of September 
1820 by the Rev d John Forrest. 

At half past two A.M. Tuesday the 22 nd day of January 1822 Their son 
Murdoch Kilburn King was Born at Spring Bank and Christened 
there by the Reverend Rob' Cameron Parish Minister of Kilmal- 
come the 15 of Feby. 1822. 

John Carnegie Son of John and Margaret King Was Born at Spring 
Bank Parish of Kilmalcome On the 15 th Day of June 1824 at 
4 A.M. Teusday and Baptized by the Rev d Rob' Cameron Parish 
Minister On the 4 th day of Augs 4 1824. Present as Sponsors John 
Carnegie his Grand Uncle for whom he Was Named and Jane 
Carnegie of Ponang East Indies. 

Patrick Allan Carnegy Foster King, Son of John and Margaret King 
was Born at Spring Bank On the 4 th Day of January 1826 at 



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8 P.M. Wednesday and Baptized by the Reverend Doctor Ban- 
parish Minister of Portglasgow on the I st February Sponsors John 
Allan Carnegy & his Sister Elizabeth Carnegy of Ponang. 
Jane Carnegy King was born at Spring Bank on Wednesday the 17 th 
of June 1828 (being five months and twelve days after the Death 
of her Dear .Father) at half past four P.M., and baptized by the 
rev* 1 Doctor Barr of Port Glasgow, on Tuesday the 5 th of August 
1828 Registered in the Parish books at Kilmalcolm 7 th February 1829. 
Spring Bank House was Built in 1819 & 1820 the Offices in 1822 
John King the Father of the forementioned children departed this life 
according to the Will of their Heavenly Father on the 5 th of 
January 1828 at ten P.M. after an Illness of five hours duration. 
Matthew 24, 42. 

Henry Curzon the 3 d Son of the late John King died in Jamaica of 

fever on the 14 th of Nov 1 " 1830 aged nineteen. 
M" King the mother of the forementioned children died at Spring Bank 

4 th May 1832 after an illness of about 12 weeks commencing with 

Typhus fever. 

Thomas King 4 th son of Maria Bird & John King was murdered by a 
Mexican named Vidal on the 27 th Octb r 1863 at Clarksville near 
the mouth of the Rio Grande as p. letter from his widow Amanda 
M. King dated Galveston n Novb. 1866. 

On a fly-leaf is written : "London Augst the 14 th 180J," and the 
autograph : 




From a New Testament, dated i$oj, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Davis Family. 

Aaron Wall Davis married to Susan Butticaz on the 23 rd of November 
1812 at Glenealy Church, County of Wicklow. 

John William was born at Rossana, the 18 th of September 1815 at 
3 o'clock in the morning & baptized by the Rev d D r Dealtry, 
Rector of Wicklow on the 6 th of November following. Godfathers 
W. Tighe Esq & M r Davis Sen r Godmothers M™ Tighe, M re Leith. 

James Edward was born at Rossana the of August 181 7 at half 
past one in the day & baptized by the Rev d James Corcoran, 
Curate of Glenealy on the 31 st of the same month. Godfathers 
F. R. Mills Esq, & Edward Davis ; Godmother Miss Butticaz. 

Sarah Sophia Hannah born at Coolnakilly on the 17 th of September 
18 19 at 5 in the morning & bapt d by M r Corcoran the 31st of 
October following. Godmothers M R Leith & Miss Davis ; 
Godfather M r Briod. 

From a Bible in two volumes, dated 1S0S, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Rayne Family. 

Yeats. 

Cuthbert Rayne died Nov er 20 1752 35. 

Ann Rayne his Wife died Dec er 20 1762 aged 39. 
Mary Rayne Spinster died June 12 1784 68. 
The Rev d Thomas Rayne died Dec er 31, 1788 aged 74. 
M'day eight oClock March 15 Col: 

Alexander Champion died 1793 aged 62. 

Mary Rayne Spinster died at East Teignmouth on the 26 th August 1801 

& was buried there Aged 53 years. 

On a fly-leaf occurs : 




From a volume in my possession containing the Book of Common 
Prayer and Bible with Apocrypha, " Oxford : Printed 
by Thomas Baskett and Robert Baskett, Printers to the 
University, MDCCXLIII" ; the volume contains the 
armorial book-plate of Robert Rayne. — F. A. C. 



Butcher Family. 

William Butcher, Sen r aetat. 64, departed this life May 12 th 1828. 

Hannah Butcher, setat. 72, departed this life June 10. 1832. 

William, son of above, born 6 th Jany 1803 departed this life July 31 st 

1868 aged 65 years. 
The Rev d Edw d Tho s Vaughan departed this life Sunday morning 

Sep r 27 th 1829. 

William, son of William and Elizabeth Butcher, born Tuesday 14 th 

Feby 1826, at 9 a.m. 
John Henry Born Saturday 3 rd March 1827 at 5 p.m. 
An infant son sti 1 born Aug* 19, 1828. 
Elizabeth Downes Born Friday 14 th May 1831 at 5 p.m. 
Samuel Born Monday, 20 th Aug 1 1832 at 4 p.m. 
Alfred Born Thursday 3 rd Sepf 1835 at 4 p.m. 

Charles Robert Born Mondy 23 rd July 1838 5 p.m. (at Bermuda) died 
Monday August 22 nd 1864 aged 26 years. 

On the back of a plan in my possession of "The Antient City 
of ferusalem and Places adjacent :" from a copy of " The 
Christian's New and Complete Family Bible by the Rev. 
Thomas Bankes."—F. A. C. 



Facsimile of a Portrait, said to be by Sir Peter Lely, 
of Bridget, daughter of Sir Charles Crofts of Bardwell 
Old Hall, Suffolk, afterwards wife of Thomas Read, 
son and heir of Sir John Read of Wrangle, Lincoln. 
This Painting was sold at Old Bardwell Hall (Lot 328 ) 
and is now in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Otway Family. 



To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir George 
Nayler Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Sir Robert Waller Otway Knight Commander of the Most Honourable 
Military Order of the Bath Rear Admiral of the Red Squadron of His 
Majestys Fleet and Commander in Chief of His Majestys Naval Forces 
in South America hath represented unto the Most Noble Bernard 
Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England that being desirous of bearing in the Ancient Armorial 
Ensigns of his Family some distinctions allusive to his professional 
services in the Royal Navy whereby the remembrance of the same may 
be transmitted to his posterity He therefore requested the favour of 
His Graces Warrant for Our granting and assigning such honourable 
distinctions as may be proper to be borne by him and his descendants 
with due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms And 
forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and 
seal bearing date the twelfth day of September 1826 authorize and 
direct Us to grant and assign such Honourable Distinctions accordingly. 
Know ye therefore that We the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance 
of the said Warrant and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of Our several 
Offices to each of us respectively granted under the Great Seal of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland do by these Presents 
grant and assign unto the said Sir Robert Waller Otway the honourable 
distinctions following that is to say To the Arms of Otway being Argent 
a pile Sable over all a Cheveron counterchanged A chief azure thereon 
an Anchor erect encircled by a Wreath of Laurel Or between a demi- 
man proper issuing out of a Naval Crown gold, on his Head an Eastern 
Crown and holding in his dexter hand a trident of the last, on the 
dexter, and on the sinister a Mermaid in her dexter hand a Mirror and 
in her sinister a Comb all proper And the Crest of Otway being Out of 
a Ducal Crown Or between two Wings Sable a Cross Calvary Gold as 
the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne 
and used for ever hereafter by him the said Sir Robert Waller Otway 
and his descendants with due and proper differences according to the 
Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed Our names and 
affixed the Seals of Our several Offices this sixteenth day of February 
in the Tenth Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the 
Fourth by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. and in the Year of Our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine. 

George Nayler, Garter, Ralph Bigland, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Bowman Family. 



To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas Lock 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
His Majesty by Warrant under his Royal Signet and Sign Manual 
bearing date the twenty fourth day of July last signified to the Most 
Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary Marshal of 
England that he hath been graciously pleased to give and grant unto 
Charles Coates otherwise Boardman of Tanfield Court Temple London 
Esquire (natural or reputed Son of William Bowman of Roehampton in 
the County of Surrey Esquire deceased) his Royal Licence and 
Authority that he and his Issue may assume and take the Surname 
and bear the Arms of Bowman only in compliance with the last Will 
and Testament of the said William Bowman deceased such Arms being 
first duly Exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and Recorded in 
the Heralds Office otherwise His Majesty's said Licence and Permission 
to be void and of none effect. And forasmuch as the said Earl 
Marshal did by Warrants under his Hand and Seal bearing date the 
twentyeighth day of November last authorize and direct Us to grant 
and Exemplify such Armorial Ensigns accordingly. Know ye therefore 
that We the said Garter and Clarenceux in obedience to his Majesty's 
Command in pursuance of his Grace's Warrant and by virtue of the 
Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of Us respectively granted 
under the Great Seal of Great Britain Do by these Presents Grant and 
Exemplify to the said Charles Coates otherwise Boardman now Charles 
Bowman the Arms following that is to say Azure a Chevron Ermine 
between three Bows unbent stringed erect within a Bordure engrailed 
Or. And for Crest on a Wreath of the Colours a Staff raguled erect 
couped Vert, therefrom pendant in Bend a Quiver of Arrows Purpure the 
feathers Argent, buckle, belt and ornaments Or as the same are in the 
margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever 
hereafter by him the said Charles Bowman and his Issue according to 
the tenor of his Majestys said Sign Manual with due and proper 
differences according to the Laws of Arms without the let or interrup- 
tion of any person or persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the 
said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents 
subscribed our names and affixed the Seals of our several offices this 
eleventh day of December in the thirtyninth year of the Reign of our 
Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God King of Great 
Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c a and in the Year 
of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninetyeight. 

Isaac Heard, Garter, Thomas Lock, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From t/te original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Bodicoate Family. 

To All and Singular to Whom these Presents shall come, John 
Anstis Esq r Garter Principal King of Arms, and S r John Vanbrugh Kn l 
Clarenceux King of Arms send Greeting. Whereas Thomas Bodicoate, 
of the City of London Merchant (son of Thomas Bodicoate, late of the 
said City Merchant, deceas'd) hath, by Petition, represented to the R l 
Hon ble Henry Earl of Berkshire Deputy (with the Royal Approbation) 
to the Most Noble Thomas, Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and 
Hereditary Marshal of England, that having for Several Years past 
used certain Arms, which were supposed of Right to belong to his 
Family, but finding no Entry or Memorial of his said Father's Descent, 
in the College of Arms, whereby to justify his Pretensions thereunto ; 
and being unwilling to Continue the Same without good Authority, 
according to the Law and Practice of Arms, hath therefore desired his 
Lordship's Warrant for Our Granting and Assigning such Arms and 
Crest, which (after his Consent and Approbation thereof) may be 
lawfully born by him and his Descendents, and the Descendents of his 
said Father: And forasmuch as the said Earl of Berkshire duely 
Considering the Premisses, and also the Qualifications of the said 
Thomas Bodicoate, did, by Warrant under his Hand and Seal, bearing 
Date the 2 th day of July last, Order and Direct Us to Devise (and after 
his Lordship's Consent and Approbation thereof) Grant and Assign 
such Arms and Crest accordingly. Now Know ye that We the said 
Garter and Clarenceux, in pursuance of the Consent of the Said Earl of 
Berkshire Signified as aforesaid, and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of 
Our Offices to Each of Us respectively Granted under the Great Seal, 
have Devised and do, by these Presents, (with his Lordship's Approba- 
tion) Grant and Assign to the said Thomas Bodicoate the Arms and 
Crest hereafter mentioned, Viz' Vert, on a Bend Argent, cottised Or. 
three Tyger's Heads and Necks erased Proper ; And for his Crest, On 
a Wreath Or and Vert, a Demy Tyger regardant Proper, Vulned on the 
Shoulder with an Arrow Or, Feathered Argent, as the Same is in 
the Margin hereof more plainly depicted. To be born and used for 
Ever hereafter by him the Said Thomas Bodicoate, and the Heirs and 
other Descendents of his Body, and also by the Descendents of his 
Said Father, with their due Differences according to the Usage of Arms 
without the Lett or Interruption of any Person or Persons whatsoever. 
In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms, 
have to these Presents subscribed Our Names, and affixed the Seals of 
Our Several Offices the third day of August in the Seventh Year of the 
Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George, by the Grace of God King of 
Great-Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. Annocjj 
Domini 1720. y. 

From the original Grant in my possession. This was shown 
at the Heraldic Exhibition at Edinburgh in i8gi ( No. 
31J.—F.A.C. 

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Mathew Family. 



To all and Singular aswell kinges heraldes and officers of armes 
as nobles gentylmen and others which these present^ shall see or here 
wyllyam heruye esquyre othenvyse called Clarencieulx principall heralde 
and kinge off armes of the south East and west parties of England 
sendith due comendacons and greting ffor asmoche as auncientlye ffrom 
the begynnynge the valyant and vertuous actes off excellent parsons 
haue comended to the worlde with sondry monumentes and remem- 
brances off theyre good desertes, Emongf the which one of the chefist 
and most usuall hath ben the beringe of signes and tokens in shildes 
called armes beinge none other thinges then Euidences and demonstra- 
cons of prowes and valoure diuerslye distrybuted accordinge to the 
quallyties and desertes of the parsons. And for that dame marye 
mathew daughter and heyre of Thomas Mathew off Colchester in 
The counte of Essex esquyre hath Longe contynued in nobylyte both 
she and her auncestors bearinge armes. yet the notwithstandinge being 
ignorant off the same and ffor the advoydinge off all inconuenyences and 
Troubles that daylye happeneth in suche cases and not wyllinge to 
preiudyce anye person Hath instantlye requyred me The sayde 
Clarencieulx kinge of armes accordinge To my registers and recordes 
To assigne and sett forthe ffor her and her posterite The armes belonging 
and descendinge To her ffrom her saide auncesters. In consideracon 
wherof I haue at her ientle request assigned geven and graunted vnto 
her and her posterite The owlde and auncient armes off her saide 
auncesters as followeth. That is to saye partye per Cheueron sables 
and argent a Lyon passant in chefe off the second the poynt gowtey off 
The furste as more playnely aperith depicted in this margent. Which 
armes I the saide Clarencieulx kinge of armes by powre and auctorite 
to myne offyce annexed and graunted By the Queenes Maiesties Letters 
patentes vnder The great seale of England haue ratcfyed and confirmed 
and By These presentes do ratefye and confyrme Vnto and ffor the 
saide dame marye mathew otherwyse called dame marye Jude wyffe to 
Sir Andrew Jude Knight late mayor and alderman off London and to 
her posterite To vse beare and shew for euermore in all places of 
honnor to her and theyre wourshipes at theyre lybertie and pleasur 
without impediment lett or interupcon of any person or persons. In 
witnes wherof I the saide Clarencieux kinge of armes haue signed These 
presentes with my hand and Sett thervnto The Seale off myne Office 
and the Seale of myne armes geuen at London The v Ul daye off October 
in the yeare off owre Lorde godd 1558 and in the ffowrth and ffifte 
yeares off the reignes off owre souereignes lorde and Ladye phellip and 
marye by the grace off god Kinge and Queene of England fiance both 
cycles Jerusalem & yrland deffendors of the faythe archedukes of 
austryk dukes of burgoyne myllayn & braband erles of haspurgie 
flaunders &: Tyrrell. 



' of Avwtfiy 




From the original Grant in my possession. This Grant 7vas 
slieivn at t/ie Heraldic Exhibition at Burlington House 
in 1894 (No. 212). — F. A. C. 

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Prujean Family. 

To all and Singvlar vnto whom these presents shall come &C< 
Edward Bysshe Esq. Garter Principall King of Armes of English men, 
Sendeth Greeting wheras it hath beene an auncient custome, and to 
this day is continued, that all Estates, and Degrees of. men haue beene, 
& are distinguished each from other, by markes or Signes called Armes, 
being outward demonstrations of the inward worth of the bearers, 
atcheiued either by their Valour in the Feilde in tymes of Warr, or by 
their virtuous endeavours in the comon Wealth in tymes of Peace, In 
which respect, wheras Francys Pruiean Doctor of Physick, and 
President of the Colledge of Physitians of London ; hath requested me, 
to assigne vnto him such Armes as he may lawfully beare, Knowe yee 
therfore, that haueing seriously considered the premisses, as also the 
eminent worth of the aforesaid Doctor Frauncys Pruiean, I doe thinke 
fitt to assigne vnto him the Armes hereafter mentioned viz 1 : Geule9 
three Roses in bend betweene two Cottises Argent, And for a Creast on a 
helmet & wreath of his Colours, A Greyhounds head erased Sable, three 
Roses betweene two barulets Argent, mantled Geules, doubled Argent, 
as in the Margent more liuely is depicted, which Armes and Creast, I 
the said Edward Bysshe, Garter principall King of Armes doe, according 
to the power giuen me by the Letters Patents of my Office made vnto me 
vnder the Greate Seale of England, by these presents, Assigne, Giue, 
and Grant vnto the said Doctor Francys Pruiean, and to the heires of 
his body lawfully begotten, to be by them, & euery of them borne, with 
their due differences, according to the lawe of Armes, for euer. In 
Witnes whereof I haue vnto these presents affixed the Seale of my 
Office, and Subscribed my name, Dated this twentieth day of March, in 
the yeare of our Lord one thousand six hundred fifty and one. 




From the original Grant in my possession. This Grant was 
shown at the Heraldic Exhibition at Edinburgh in 1891 
( No. jo ), and at Burlington House in 1894 ( No. 238). 
— F. A. C. 



Althame Family. 

To all and singular aswell kinges heraldes and officers of armes as 
nobles gentylmen and others which these presentes shall see or heere 
Wyllyam heruye esquyre otherwyse called Clarenceulx principall heralde 
and kinge of armes of the sowth East and west parties of England from 
the riuer of Trent sowthwarde sendith due comendacons and greetinge 
fforasmoche as auncientlye from the begynnynge the vallyant and 
vertuous actes of excellent parsons haue ben comendid to the worlde 
wit sundry monument^ and remembrances of theyre good desert 
Emong the which one of the chefiste and most vsuall hath ben the 
bearinge of signes and tokens in shyldes called armes the which are none 



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other thinges then evidences and demonstracons of prowes and valoure 
diuerslye distributed accordinge to the quallities and desertes of the 
parsons that such signes and tokens of the diligent faythfull and 
cowragious might apere before the maligent cowardf and ignorat and be 
an efficient cawse to moue styre and kyndle the harttf of men to the 
imitacon of vertue & noblenes Euen so hath the same ben and yet is con- 
tynually obserued to thintent that suche as haue don comendable seruice 
to their prince or contrey eyther in warr or peace maye both receyue du 
honor in theyre lyues and also deryue the same successyulye to theyre 
posterite after them and beinge requyred off James Althame of London 
esquyre and alderman of London sone and heyre to Edwarde Althame 
Esquye late sheryue and alderman of the same Cyte off London to make 
searche in the register and recordes of myne office for the aunciet amies 
and Crest belonginge to that name and famelye whereof he is descendid 
and I fownde the same and so consideringe his auncesters vertue so 
begon and so longe contynued I coulde not without theyre great iniurye 
assigne unto hym any other armes then those which belongid to the 
howse and famelye whereof he is descendid wherefore in perpetuall 
rnemorye of the vertuous actes and demerit^ reuiued in that pson as by 
the nobilite deriued from his auncestors, I haue confirmed and graunted 
to hym and his posterite the owlde armes and Crest of his auncestors. 
That is to saye palye of vj peces ermyns and azure, on a cheife gules a 
lyon passant regardant golde armed & langued azure. And to the 
crest vpon the healme a demy lyon golde supportinge The Rudder 
of a shipe sable the stere and henges golde on a wreath argent and 
azure mantelid gules dobled argent as more playnlye aperith 
depicted in this margent which armes healme <Sc crest I the saide 
Clarencieulx kinge of armes by powre and auctorite to myne office 
annexed and graunted by tres patent vnder the great seale of England 
haue ratefyed and confirmed geuen andgraunted and by these psents 
do ratefie confirme geve and graunt vnto y e saide James Althame 
esquyre &; to his posterite & to all the posterite svnvallu & colaterallye 
descendid from thes aide Edwarde Althame father vnto the saide James 
Althame w tu theyre due diffrencf to vse beare & shew for euermore, in 
shilde cote armoure or otherwise &: therin to be reuested at his & theyre 
lybertie & pleasure without impediment lett or interupcon of any person 
or persons. In wittnes wherof I the saide Clarencieulx kinge of armes 
haue signed these present^ with my hand and sett thervnto the seale of 
myne offyce and the seale of myne armes. Geuen at Londo the v th 
daye of September in the yeare of owr lorde god 1559 and in the firste 
yeare of the reigne of owr moste dread souereigne ladye Elizabeth by 
the grace of godd queene of England fraunce and yreland deffendor of 



the faythe &c. 




From t/ie original Grant in my possession. This Grant was shown 
at the Heraldic Exhibition at Edinburgh in 1891 ( No. jj J, 
and at Burlington House in iSgj. (No. 21 j). — Y. A. C. 

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Dominick Family. 



To all and singular to Whom these Presents shall come, John Anstis 
Esq r Garter Principal King of Arms and S r John Vanbrugh Knight 
Clarenceux King of Arms send Greeting. Whereas Andrew Dominick 
of Great Marlow in the County of Bucks, Son of Andrew Dominick D r 
of Divinity and Rector of Stratfieldsea in the County of Southampton 
and Grandson of Randolph Dominick of the City of Bristol Merchant 
hath made Application to the Rt. Hon bIe Henry Earl of Berkshire &c. 
Deputy with the Royal Approbation to the most Noble Thomas Duke 
of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England for his 
Lo ps Warrant, for Our Devising, and after his Consent and Approbation 
Granting and Assigning unto him such Arms and Crest, as he and his 
Descendents may lawfully bear. And forasmuch as his Lop s considering 
the Premises, and also the Qualifications of the said Andrew Dominick 
did, by Warrant under his Hand and Seal, bearing date the fifth day of 
this Instant July, Order & Direct Us to devise, and after his Lop s 
Consent & Approbation Grant and Assign unto the said Andrew 
Dominick such Arms and Crest accordingly. Now Know ye that We 
the said Garter and Clarenceux, in pursuance of the Consent of the 
said Earl of Berkshire, and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of Our 
Offices to each of Us respectively Granted under the Great Seal, have 
Devised, and with his Lop s Approbation do, by these Presents, Grant 
and Assign unto the said Andrew Dominick the Arms and Crest 
hereafter mentioned, viz' Vert, three Cheveronels Ermine, in Chief a 
Naval Crown between two Lion's Heads erased Or, langued Gules, 
And for his Crest, On a Wreath of his Colours a Stag seiant Or, 
Attired, and about his Neck a Naval Crown Gules, reposing his Dexter 
Foot on an Antique Shield Vert, as the same is in the Margin hereof 
more plainly depicted. To be born and used for ever hereafter by him 
the said Andrew Dominick, and the Heirs and other Descendents of 
his Body, with their due Differences, according to the Law and usage of 
Arms, without the Lett or Interruption of any Person or Persons 
whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms, have to these Presents subscribed Our Names and 
affixed the Seals of Our Several Offices the Ninth day of July in the 
Sixth year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of 
God King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith 
&c. Annocjj Domini 1720. 





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Mill Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and George Harrison 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting : Whereas 
David Mill of the City of Bath and of Carnarvon in the West Indies 
Esquire, hath represented unto the Most Noble Charles Duke of 
Norfolk, Earl Marshall and Hereditary Marshal of England, that it 
appearing upon an examination of the Records of the College of Arms 
that the Armorial Ensigns long used by his Family have not been duly 
Registered; He therefore requested the favor of his Grace's Warrant 
for our granting and exemplifying the same with such variations or 
additions as the Laws of Arms may require, to be borne by him, and 
his Descendants, according to the Laws of Arms ; And forasmuch as 
the said Earl Marshall did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal 
bearing date the ninth day of July instant authorize and direct Us to 
devise, grant and exemplify such Armorial Ensigns accordingly ; Know 
ye therefore that We the said Garter and Clarenceux, in pursuance of 
his Grace's Warrant, and by virtue of the Letters Patent of our several 
Offices to each of us respectively granted have devised and do by these 
Presents grant and exemplify unto the said David Mill the Arms 
following that is to say Quarterly Or and Argent, a Cross Moline 
between two Mullets in bend dexter Azure and two Thistles in bend 
sinister proper ; And for the Crest on a Wreath of the Colours A 
Greyhound's Head erased Argent, collared Azure, in the Mouth a 
Sugar Cane proper as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said 
David Mill Esquire and his Descendants according to the Laws of 
Arms. In Witness whereof we the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings 
of Arms, have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the 
Seals of our several Offices this sixteenth day of July in the Forty third 
year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the 
Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 
King, Defender of the Faith &c. And in the year of our Lord One 
Thousand Eight Hundred and three. 

Isaac Heard, Garter, George Harrison, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

Fro?n the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C 



Mason Family. 

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come John Anstis 
Esq r Garter Principal King of Arms and Knox Ward Esq 1 " Clarenceux 
King of Arms of the South East and West parts of England from the 
River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas John Mason of 
Greenwich in the County of Kent Esq r one of his Majesty's Justices 
of the Peace for the said County, Son of John Mason of Greenwich 

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aforesaid, hath represented unto the Right Honourable Francis Earl of 
Effingham and Deputy (with the Royal Approbation) to the most Noble 
Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England, that his Ancestors having born for their Arms, upon Plate 
and Seals, a Lyon Rampant with two Heads; and for the Crest a 
Mermaid holding in her Dexter Hand a Comb, and in the Sinister a 
Mirrour; but finding no Memorial of his Descent, is unable to justify 
such a Right to the same as the strict Laws of Arms require, and being 
unwilling to continue the Usage of any Ensigns of Honour without an 
unquestionable Authority, hath therefore prayed his Lordships Warrant 
for our Granting, Ratifying, and Confirming unto him the said John 
Mason & y e Descend 18 of his Body & to y e other Descend ts of his s d 
Father Jn° Mason y e said Coat of Arms & Crest w th such Variations, as 
shall be necessary to distinguish him and them from all others of the 
same Name And forasmuch as his Lordship duely considering the 
premises and also the Qualifications of the said John Mason, did by 
Warrant under his Hand and Seal, bearing Date the twenty Seventh 
day of June last, Order and direct Us to Grant Ratify and confirm 
such Arms and Crest accordingly. Now Know ye, that We the said 
Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl of 
Effingham, and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of Our Offices to each 
of Us respectively, granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain have 
assigned, and do by these Presents, Grant, Ratify and Confirm unto 
the said John Mason, the Arms and Crest thus varied Videlicit Party 
per fess Ermin and Azure, a Lyon Rampant with two Heads Counter 
changed, And for the Crest, On a wreath of the Colours, a Mermaid 
party per Fess wavie, Argent and Azure, the upper part Gutte de 
Larms, holding in her Dexter Hand a Comb, and in the Sinister 
a Mirrour, the Frame and her Hair Sable, as the same are in the 
Margin more lively depicted, to be borne and used for ever here- 
after by him the said John Mason and his Descendants, and also 
by the other Descendents of his said Father John Mason lawfully 
begotten ; with their Due Differences according to the Usage and 
Custom of Arms, without the Lett, hindrance, or Interruption of any 
Person or Persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter 
and Clarenceux, King of Arms, have to these Presents set Our hands, 
and affixed the Seals of Our several Offices, the fourth day of July, in 
the thirteenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the 
second by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, 
King Defender of the Faith &c. Annoq,, Domini 1739. 




From the original Grant in my possession. This was shown 
at the Heraldic Exhibition at Edinburgh in i8gi ( No. 
38).— F.AC. 



Baclie Family. 



To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir George 
Nayler Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Thomas Bache of Coventry in the County of Warwick Gentleman hath 
by Memorial represented unto the Most Noble Bernard Edward Duke 
of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England that his 
Family have for several generations been resident in the County of 
Salop and it appearing upon examination of the Records of the College 
of Arms that neither Arms or Crest pertain to his Family and being 
unwilling to use any without lawful Authority He therefore requested 
the favor of His Graces Warrant for our granting and assigning such as 
may be proper to be borne by him and his descendants according to 
the Laws of Arms And forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by 
Warrant under his hand and Seal bearing date the first day of July 
instant authorize and direct us to grant and assign such Armorial 
Ensigns accordingly know ye therefore that We the said Garter and 
Clarenceux in pursuance of his Grace's Warrant and by Virtue of the 
Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of us respectively granted 
under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland do by these Presents grant and assign unto the said Thomas 
Bache the Arms following that is to say Ermine a Lion rampant 
guardant Sable holding between the paws a Woolpack proper within 
a Bordure of the Second charged with eight Bezants a chief wavy Gules 
thereon a Bend engrailed Or between two Roses Argent barbed and 
seeded proper And for Crest upon a Wreath of the Colours On a 
Mount Vert a demi-Lion guardant Sable bezante gorged with a wreath 
of Oak Or holding between the paws a Woolpack as in the Arms as the 
same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and 
used for ever hereafter by him the said Thomas Bache and by his 
dcscendents with due and proper differences according to the Laws of 
Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings 
of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the 
Seals of our several Offices this twenty eighth day of July in the ninth 
year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Fourth by the 
Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 
King Defender of the Faith &c and in the year of our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and twenty eight. 

George Nayler, Garter, Ralph Bigland, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Staunton Family. 

To all and singuler aswell nobles and gentlemen as others to whome 
thes present^ shall come, be seene, heard, redde, or vnderstand William 
Flower Esquire alias Norroy Principall Herauld and Kinge of Amies of 
the East West and Northpartes of England from the riucr of Trent 

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Noreward sendeth greetinge in our Lord god euerlastinge. For 
as much as aunciently from the begininge the valiant and vertuous 
actes of excellent personnes haue ben commendid to the worlde and 
posteryte with sondrey monumentes and rembrances of their good 
desartes: Emongest the which y e chiefest and most vsuall hath ben 
the bearinge of signes in shildes called Amies ; beinge none other 
thinge then euidences an .demonstracions of prowesse and valour, 
diuersly distributed accordinge to the qualites and desarts of the 
persons meriting the same. To the entent that such as by their vertues 
do shew forth to the aduancement of the comon weale, the shyne of 
ther good lyfe and conuersation in daly practise of thinges worthy and 
commendable ; beinge the uery treu and perfect tokens of a right 
noble disposition may therfore receue due honoure in ther liues, and 
also deryue and contynew the same successiuely in ther posteryte for 
euer. Emongest the which nomber John Staunton gentleman Citizen 
and merchantTaylor of London descendent of the stock of Staunton in 
the countie of Yorke beinge one of the berers of those tokens of honor 
and yet not knowenge for certeyn of eny creast or Cogneysance 
belonginge to his auncyent Armes (as vnto meny auncient cotes of 
Armes ther be none) hath required me the sayd Norroy Kinge of Armes 
to assigne vnto him a Creast of cognesance meete and lawfull to be 
borne withowte preiudice or offence to eny other person. In considera- 
tion wherof for a further declaration of the worthynesse of the saide 
John Staunton, an at his instaunt request, I the sayd Norroy Kinge of 
Armes by powre' and aucthority to rrie comitted by letters patentes 
vnder the greate seale of England, haue assigned giuen and graunted 
vnto the sayd John Staunton for his Creast vpon the heaulme on a 
Torce siluer an sable, a demy porcupyne rysinge siluer with a color 
about his necke gould, mantelled gules doubled siluer. As more 
playnely depicted in this Margein which armes and creast and euery 
parte and parcell therof I the saide Norroy Kinge of Armes do by thes 
presentes ratyfy confirme and graunt vnto the sayd John Staunton and 
to his posteritie for euer, and he and they the same to haue, hould, vse, 
beare enioy and shew forth with ther due differences accordinge to the 
law of Armes at all tymes and for euer herafter at his and ther liberty 
and pleasure, withowt the impediment let or interruption of eny person 
or persons. In Witnes wherof I the sayd Norroy Kinge of Armes haue 
signed thes presentes with my hande and set therunto my seale of 
Armes the xvj th day of Aprill In the yere of oure Lord god a thowsand 
fyue hundred seuenty fyue, and of the Reigne of our soueregne Lady 
Elizabeth queene of England Fraunce an Ireland defendor of the faith 
etc the xvij th yere. 




From the original Grant in my possession. This Grant was 
shown at the Heraldic Exhibition at Edinburgh in 
x8gi ( No. 36 ), and at Burlington House in i8g4 ( No. 
22£). — F. A. C. 

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Jepson Family. 



To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Ralph 
Bigland Esquire Garter Principal King of Arms and Isaac Heard 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Iohn Wilkins Iepson, Esquire, One of the Sheriffs of the City of 
Gloucester, only surviving Son and Heir of Arthur Iepson late of the 
City of Bristol, Merchant, deceased, by Elizabeth his Wife second 
Daughter and Coheir of Iohn Wilkins of Frocester, and of Elizabeth 
his Wife Daughter and Heir of Charles Wood of Leonard Stanley in 
the County of Gloucester Gent : hath represented unto the Right 
Honourable Thomas Howard Earl of Effingham Deputy with the Royal 
Approbation to the Most Noble Charles Howard Duke of Norfolk Earl 
Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England that his Ancestors have 
borne for Armorial Ensigns Azure a Fess embattled between three 
Cocks Heads erased Argent that not finding the same duly registered to 
his Family, and unwilling to bear any without lawful Authority requested 
his Lordship's Warrant for our exemplifying and confirming the same, 
with a Crest to be borne by him and his Descendants, single or 
Quarterly with the Arms of Wilkins and Wood with such Variation as 
may be necessary according to the Laws of Arms. And forasmuch as 
his Lordship did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal bearing date the 
first day of August instant, authorize and direct Us to exemplify and 
confirm the Arms and Crest of Iepson to be born single or Quarterly 
with the Arms of Wilkins and Wood with such Variation as may be 
necessary according to the Laws of Arms. Know Ye therefore that We 
the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said 
Earl of Effingham and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several 
Offices to each of Us respectively granted under the Great Seal of Great 
Britain do by these Presents exemplify and confirm to the said Iohn 
Wilkins Iepson the Arms following that is to say Azure a Fess Erminois 
between three Cocks heads erased Argent, Combs and Wattles Gules 
And for the Crest on a Wreath of the Colours a Cubit Arm habited per 
Pale embattled Erminois and Azure, Cuff Argent, in the Hand proper 
a Rose slipped Gules, leaves Vert as the same are in the Marginhere of 
more plainly depicted to be borne and used single or Quarterly with the 
Arms of Wilkins and Wood as requested for ever hereafter by him the 
said Iohn Wilkins Iepson and his Descendants according to the Laws 
of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any Person or Persons 
whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed 
the Seals of our several Offices this Twenty ninth day of August in the 
Twenty second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the 
Third by the Grace of God King of Great Britain, France and Ireland 
Defender of the Faith &c: and in the Year of our Lord One Thousand 
seven Hundred and Eighty two. 

Ralph Bigland, Isaac Heard, 

Garter, Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession. Endorsed: 
"Recorded in the Heralds Office, London, and Examined 
this 29"' day of August 17S2. Ralph Bigland, Richmond 
Herald."— F. A. C. 

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Harcourt Family. 

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come I Sir George 
Nayler Knight Garter Principal King of Arms send Greeting. Whereas 
His Majesty by Warrant under His Royal Signet and Sign Manual 
bearing date the fifteenth day of January last signified unto the Most 
Noble Bernard Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary 
Marshal of England One of His Majestys Most Honourable Privy 
Council that he had been graciously pleased to give and grant unto the 
Right Honourable Edward Venables Vernon Lord Archbishop of York 
Primate of England and Metropolitan and Lord High Almoner to the 
King His Royal Licence and Authority that he and his Issue may in 
compliance with a Proviso contained in the last Will and Testament of 
his first Cousin George Simon second Earl Harcourt henceforth assume 
and use the Surname of Harcourt only instead of those of Venables- 
Vernon and bear the Arms of Harcourt quarterly with those of their 
own Family such Arms being first duly exemplified according to the 
Laws of Arms and recorded in the Heralds Office otherwise the said 
Licence and Permission to be void and of none effect. And forasmuch 
as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal 
bearing date the thirty first day of the said month of January authorize 
and direct me to exemplify such Arms accordingly. Know Ye therefore 
that I the said Garter in obedience to His Majestys Command in 
pursuance of his Grace's Warrant and by virtue of the Letters Patent 
of my Office to me granted under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland do by these Presents exemplify unto the 
said Right Honourable Edward Venables Vernon now Edward Harcourt 
the Arms of Harcourt viz 1 Quarterly first and fourth Gules two Bars 
Or for Harcourt second and third Venables and Vernon quarterly as 
the same are impaled in the Margin hereof with the Arms of the 
Archiepiscopal See of York And the Crest of Harcourt viz 1 On a Ducal 
Coronet Or a Peacock close proper together with the Crests of Venables 
and Vernon as the same are here depicted to be borne and used for 
ever hereafter by him the said Edward Harcourt Lord Archbishop of 
York and by his Issue pursuant to the Tenor of His Majestys said Sign 
Manual and according to the Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof I the 
said Garter Principal King of Arms have to these Presents subscribed 
my name and affixed the seal of my Office this second day of February 
In the First Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord William the 
Fourth by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c: and in the year of our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty one. 

George Nayler Garter Principal King of Arms. 

Fro?n the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Underwood and Gore Families. 

To All and Singular unto whom these presents shall come I Sir 
William Betham, Knight, Ulster King of Arms, and principal Herald of 
All Ireland send Greeting. Whereas His Majesty has by Letter, under 
His Royal Signet and sign Manuel, bearing date at St. James's Palace 

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the 2 nd day of March 1831, signified unto His Excellency The Most 
Honourable Henry William Marquess of Anglesey, Knight of the Most 
Noble Order of the Garter Lord Lieutenant General and General 
Governor of Ireland, that He had been graciously pleased to give and 
grant unto Cecilia Lcetitia Buggin, Widow, commonly called Lady Cecilia 
Lsetitia Buggin, relict of the late Sir George Buggin, Knight, deceased, 
and now eldest surviving daughter of the Right Honourable Arthur late 
Earl of Arran K.P. also deceased, by Elizabeth his third wife, only 
surviving daughter of Richard Underwood, late of Dublin Esquire 
deceased, and sole surviving sister and heir of Major Caleb Underwood, 
and Robert Thomas Underwood Esquire, both also deceased, His 
Royal License and Authority that she may assume the surname of 
Underwood instead of that of Buggin, and also bear the Arms of 
Underwood quarterly with those of her own noble family of Gore, pro- 
vided that such His Majesty's Concession, and Royal Declaration be 
first recorded, and the Arms duly exemplified in the Office of Ulster 
King of Arms in Ireland, otherwise the said Royal License and 
Authority to be void and of none effect. And Forasmuch as His 
Excellency the said Lord Lieutenant of Ireland has, by Warrant under 
His sign Manual, bearing date at His Majesty's Castle of Dublin the 
14 th day of March 1831, authorized and commanded me to register the 
said Royal License, and to exemplify the said Armorial Ensigns in my 
Office of Arms, Know Ye therefore that I the said Ulster King of Arms, 
in pursuance of His Excellency's said Warrant, have caused the said 
Royal License to be registered in my Office accordingly, and in 
obedience to His Majesty's commands, in virtue of the power to me 
given, by His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent under the Great Seal of 
Ireland, and by the authority of the same, do, by these presents, assign, 
grant, ratify, exemplify, and confirm unto the said Cecilia Lajtitia Buggin, 
now Underwood, the Arms following that is to say, Quarterly First and 
Fourth Azure on a Fess Ermine between three Annulets Or a Lion 
passant of the First for Underwood Second and Third Gules a Fess 
between three Cross Crosslets fitchy or for Gore. The whole, as above 
more plainly appears depicted, to be used and borne by her the said 
Lady Cecilia Lnetitia Underwood, for ever hereafter according to the 
laws of Arms, without the let, hindrance, interruption, or molestation of 
any person, or persons, whatsoever. In Witness whereof I have sub- 
scribed these presents, and affixed hereunto my seal of Office this 
fifteenth day of March in the first year of the reign of our most gracious 
Sovereign Lord William the Fourth, by the Grace of God of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith and 
so forth and in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and 
thirty one. 

W. Betham, Ulster King of Arms of all Ireland. 

From the original Grant in my possession. Endorsed: " The 
Within Grant of Arms entered in 1 Grants and Confirma- 
tions E ' one of tlte Books remaining as of Reeord in t/ie 
Office of Ulster King of Arms of all Ireland. Jo. Rock, 
Dublin Herald 6r* Regis I r "; and "Recorded in the 
College of Arms, London. Chas. Geo. Youn^, York 
Herald cr> Register." — F. A. C. 

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Milnev Family. 



To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas Lock 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts 
of England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
his Majesty by Warrant under his Royal Signet and Sign Manual 
bearing date the ninth day of May instant signified to the Most Noble 
Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary Marshal of 
England that he hath been graciously pleased to give and grant unto 
Charles Cottam of Preston Hall in the Parish of Aylesford in the 
County of Kent Esquire his Royal License and Authority that he and 
his issue may assume and take upon him and them the Surname of 
Milner only ; and also bear the Arms of Milner provided such Arms be 
first duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and recorded in 
the Heralds Office otherwise his Majestys said License and Permission 
to be void and of none effect and forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal 
did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal bearing date the seventeenth 
day of the same Month authorize and direct Us to exemplify the Arms 
of Milner accordingly. Know ye therefore that We the said Garter 
and Clarenceux in obedience to his Majestys Command, in pursuance 
of his Graces Warrant and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our 
several Offices to each of Us respectively granted under -the Great Seal 
of Great Britain do by these Presents exemplify to the said Charles 
Cottam now Charles Milner the Arms following that is to say Sable 
three Bridle Bits Or And for the Crest on a Wreath of the Colours A 
Bridle Bit Or as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said 
Charles Milner and his issue according to the Tenor of his Majestys 
said Sign Manual and the Laws of Arms without the Let or Interruption 
of any Person or Persons whatsoever. In witness whereof We the said 
Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed 
our Names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices this twentyfourth 
day of May in the twenty eighth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign 
Lord George the third by the Grace of God King of Great Britain 
France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. and in the Year of our 
Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight. 

Isaac Heard, Garter, Thomas Lock, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Pingo Family. 

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come, Ralph 
Bigland Esquire Garter Principal King of Arms and Isaac Heard 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts 
of England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Benjamin Pingo Gent : Rouge-Dragon Pursuivant of Arms fifth surviving 
Son of Thomas Pingo late of the Tower of London deceased and one 
of the Engravers of his Majesty's Mint only Son and Heir of Thomas 

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Pingo of London also deceased hath represented unto the Right 
Honourable Thomas Earl of Effingham Deputy with the Royal Appro- 
bation to the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and 
hereditary Marshal of England that his Ancestors by tradition were 
antiently of France but have been settled for several Generations in 
England ; that from their emigration and other Circumstances he is 
unable to ascertain the antient Armorial Ensigns of his Family and 
being desirous of bearing Arms with due authority requested the Favour 
of his Lordship's Warrant for our devising granting and assigning such 
Arms and Crests as may be proper to be borne by him and his 
Descendants and by those of his said Father And forasmuch as his 
Lordship did by Warrant under his hand and Seal bearing date the 
twenty ninth Day of August last authorize and direct Us to devise 
grant and assign such Arms and Crest accordingly. Know Ye therefore 
that We the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of 
the said Earl of Effingham and by virtue of the Letters Patent of our 
several Offices to each of Us respectively granted under the Great Seal 
of Great Britain have devised and do by these Presents grant and assign 
to the said Benjamin Pingo the Arms following that is to say Gyrony of 
six Or and Azure a Fess Ermine ; on a Canton Gules a Tower Argent 
And for the Crest on a Wreath of the Colours A Dragon passant Gules 
collared Argent as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said 
Benjamin Pingo and his Descendants and by the Descendants of his 
said Father Thomas Pingo deceased with due and proper Differences 
according to the Laws of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any 
Person or Persons whatsoever In Witness whereof We the said Garter 
and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our 
Names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices this twenty second 
day of February in the twenty second Year of the Reign of our 
Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God King of Great 
Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c: and in the Year 
of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty two. 

Ralph Bigham, Garter Isaac Heard, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From tlie original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Redston Family. 

Joseph Luke Redston and Teresa Moorley Was Married in S' Maurice 
Church on the i st Day of Nov r in the year of our Lord 1819. 

Teresa Redston departed this Life the 19 th of November in the year of 
our lord 1824 Aged 27. 

Joseph Danial Redstone Born July 22 183 1, at one OClock in the 
Morning. 

From a copy of" The Catlwlic Christian," by R. C, " London : 
Printed in the year MDCCLIII" in my possession. 
The volume contains tlie book label of T/io* F. Notcutt, 
Ipswich. — F. A. C 

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Miles Family. 



M y e 20 of June 1731. D d y e 8 of Nov r 1737. 

Ann Miles Daughter of Robert and Robeckah Miles borne y e 16 of 

Sep tr 1732 att six in the morning and Baptise d the 5 of Octobe r . 
D d March y e 17 : 173I. 

Rebeckah Miles Born the first of August 1734 and Baptised y e 18 
Born a litell before Eight in the Morning. 

On a fly-leaf is the autograph: 




From a volume in my possession containing the Book of 
Common Prayer and Bible with Apocrypha, "London: 
Printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas 
Newcomb, deceased: Printer to the Queen's most Excellent 
Majesty M£>CCVI." The volume contains the book- 
plate of George Moore. — F. A. C. 



Lamb Family. 

Martha nappet was born October the 2 nd 1768. 

Mary Lamb the daughter of John and Martha Lamb Was born 

September the 18, 1793. 
georg Lamb the son of John and Martha lamb was born november the 

27 : 1796. 

John Lamb the son of John and martha Lamb was born October the 10 

in the year of 1799. 
John Lamb departed this Life on the 25 of apreal in the year of 1803. 
George Lamb born May the 3, 1820. 
Eliza Lamb born October 31, 182 1. 
G: lamb died in October 30 aget 24, 1821. 

Mary Benham the daughter of Martha Lamb departed this lif Juen 

the 16, 1822 aget 28 years. 
Jn° Lamb depart d this Life the 20 th June 1833, ag d 33 years. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, "Oxon. 
Printed by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the University, 
MDCCLIX" ; on the cover of the book is written 
"Anna Fox Her Book. God give him grace therein 
to look, to look and to understand for learning is better 
than house or land." — F. A. C. 



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Freeman Family. 

W m Freeman Son of W m and Mary Freeman Was Born July 15-1734. 
W m Freeman the Second Son of W m and Mary Freeman Was born 
April 22, 1735. 

Mary Freeman Daughter of W m Freeman and Mary Freeman Was 

Borne April 25, 1736. 
W m Freeman the third son of W m and Mary Freeman Was Borne 

Decemb r 7 th 1738. 
Edward Freeman Son of W m and Mary Freeman Was Borne Novemb r 

26, 1739. 

Elezibeth Freeman Daughter of W m and Mary Freeman Was Borne 
Jeny 16, 1741. 

Marthay Freeman Daughter of W m and Mary Freeman Was Borne 
Octo b 13, 1743. 

Sam eI Freeman Son of W m and Mary Freeman Was Borne Jonery 4, 1 746. 

From the fly-leaf, in my possession, of a copy of Vol. II. of 
11 The Whole Works of the Rev. Mr. John Flavel," dated 
ijoi. Above the entries is written "John Chaplin, 
Setter,, his Booke, Lent to M rs Davey Dec r 2: i?JO." 
On a fly-leaf to Vol. I. occurs : "John Chaplin His 
Book March 10th 1717. Lent to Mr. Alston. Lent 
to Mrs. Dadey fed: 21 st f?2$."—F. A. C. 



Tench Family. 

Charles Tench was born on the 16 th day of November 1728 near 
6 a clock in y e morning his Godfa" were John Tench his Eldest 
bro r & John Adamson of Dublin Merch' & Godmother M 1 "* Rebecca 
Carty wife of M r John Carty attorny at law. dyed. 

Thomas Tench born friday Aug' 7, 1730 Godfathers his Uncle Thos: 
& M r Edm d Ryan for M r Boswell & Godmothers Aunt Ross & 
Sister Taylour for Sister Walsh & M n Mary Knop. 

Robert Tench was married to Ellinor Taylour on the fifth of October 
one thousand seaven hundred and seaventeen in S' Bridget's 
Church Dublin. 

John Tench was born on the fifth day of August in the year of our Lord 
one thousand seaven hundred & Eighteen his Godfathers were 
Hugh Dickson of Ballybrickan in the County of Cork Esq r for 
whom M r Jos : Wilkinson stood at the Font and John Taylour of 
the City of London Esq 1 " for whom the Rev d Doct r Loyd stood at 
the Font and his Godmother was M re Frances Tench wife of M r 
Thomas Tench for whom M rs Constance Tench stood at the Font 
christned in s d church. 

Lucy Tench was born Nov r the tenth 1 7 19 her Godfather was the Rev* 1 
M r Williamson Treas r of Christ church & his Godmothers were the 
R« Hon bIe Lucy Countess Dowag r of Londonderry tor whom M ls 
Alice Ross stood at the Font and M 1 "" Marg 1 Vigors wife of Thomas 
Vigors of Ballynakill Esq r for whom M 1 " 5 Mary Taylour stood at the 
Font Christned in s d Church. 



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Mary Tench was born June 6 th 1723 her Godfather was M r John 
Moffit attorney in K s bench her Godmothers M rs Ellin r Lodge 
wife of M r Francis Lodge attorney of the Excheq r & M rs Mary 
Taylour. She dy'd Jan r y 10, 1726 & was buried in S l Bridget's 
church in Dublin. 

Philip Hore Tench was born on y e 12 th of March 1724 twenty four his 
Godfathers were M r John Wakefield atty of y e Excheq r & M r Hunt 
Chambie & his Godmoth r M rs Anne Francis s d M rs Mary Taylour 
stood for her. 

William Tench was born on Sunday Dec r 4 th 1726 his Godfathers were 
his uncle J a Taylour clerk & M r Francis Lodge attorney & his 
Godmother M rs Elis : Boswell ats Hardy wife of Rob' Boswell of 
Ballycorry in com Wicklow Esq r . 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, " Cambridge, Printed by John 
Field, Printer to the University, MDCLXVI." ; in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Bruce Family. 

James Bruce was Married to Janet Troup December 19 th 1770 being 

on Wednesday by the Rev d M r Ogibby. 
Margaret Bruce born Dec r 27, 1771 betwixt 3 & 4 o Clock Morning, 

being Fraiday. 

James Bruce born Sept r 26 being Monday betwixt 10 & 11 at Night 

1774. 

Ninian Bruce Born Feb. 8 th 1777 betwixt 7 & 8 at Night being 
Saturday. 

Janet Bruce born Aprile 7 th 1779, betwixt 3 & 4 Morning, being 
Wednesday. 

Mary Bruce born Aprile 3 d 1782 on Tuesday between 11 & 12 
forenoon. 

Robert Bruce born May 28 th 1783 being Wedensday between 1 & 2 
fore noon. 

From a small Bible in my possession: " London, Printed by the 
Assigns of John Bill, Thomas Newcomb and Henry 
Hills, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 
1682." On the inside front cover is written: "JV. Bruce." 
On the clasps, which are of silver, are the initials "I. I." 
and the date "1724." — F. A. C. 



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Pigot Family. 



My daughter Catherine was borne at Ware in the County of Hertford 
on Thurseday the ffeast of S c Luke 1677 whose Godfather and 
Godmothers were the Hon r ble Oliver Montague, the Lady Catherine 
Montague and my wives Mother M rs Elizabeth Cooke. 

John was borne at Sandwich in the County of Kent on ffryday August 
i 5t 1679 whose Godfathers and Godmother were John Thurburne 
Esq^ M r Peter Nowell and my wives Mother. 

John was borne at Sandwich on the Lds day October 21, 1680, whose 
Godfathers and Godmother were the Rev d M r William Bolderston 
M r John Carder and my wives Mother. 

Richard was borne at Sandwich on Thursday Novemb : 13, 1682, 
whose Godfathers and Godmother were M r Richard Hawker, M r 
Richard Harvey and my wives Mother. 

Elizabeth was borne at Sandwich on Thursday July 3, 1684, whose 
Godfather and Godmothers were M r Edward ffellow, my wives 
Mother and my wives great Aunt M rs Grizill Beaumont. 

Mary was borne at Sandwich on Wendsday March 30, 1686, whose 
Godfather and Godmothers were my wives uncle Robert Hollis 
Esc^ my wives Grandmother M rs Mary Hollis and my wives Aunt 
M re Hannah Hollis. 

Anne was borne at Sandwich on Thursday July 7, 1687, whose God- 
father and Godmothers were the Rev d M r Thomas Paramor, my 
wives mother, and M* 5 Ann ffellow. 

Martha was borne at Sandwich on Saturday August t8, 1688, whose 
Godfather and Godmothers were the Rev d M r Thomas Paramor, 
my wives Aunts M re Mary Hall and M 1 " 5 Martha Bishop. 

Hollis was borne at Littlebourne neare Canterbury on Thursday 
November 20, 1690, whose Godfathers and Godmother were my 
wives uncle Robert Hollis Escjj the Rev d M r Thomas Paramor, 
M rs Anne Hammond. 

Hannah was borne at Barham in the County of Kent on Saturday the 
ffeast of the Nativity of S' John Baptist 1693, whose Godfather 
and Godmothers were the Rev d M r Thomas Paramor, M rs Martha 
Thorpe and my wives Mother. 

Robert was borne at Barham on Monday July 29, 1695 whose God- 
fathers and Godmother were the Rev d M r Thomas Paramor the 
Rev d M r Robert Garret, my wives Aunt M rs Hannah Hollis. 

Elton was borne at Ordsall in the County of Nottingham on Saturday 
Octob : 7, 1699 whose Godfathers and Godmother were the Rev d 
M r Joseph Hall and my wives uncle M r William Westoby, my 
wives Aunt M rs Martha Bishop. 

mem. I (Robert Pigot) was married to M™ Elizabeth Lloyd October 
ye ,jtii 171^ at Howton Chappel in Nottinghamshire by y c Rev d 
M r Tho Cooper, Minister of Kneesal, &; Curate of y e said Chappel. 

My Daughter Catherine was born at Ordsall in Nottinghamshire August 
yc j^o & was baptiz'd August y e 7 th following, her Suretys 
were, my Father (y e Rev* 1 M r John Pigot) my Aunt Hannah Hollis, 
& my Sister Catherine Hall. 

My Son John was born at Ordsall in Nottinghamshire June y c 23 rd 
1 72 1, and was baptiz'd June y* 29 th following, his Suretys were 
my Father (y c Rev d M r John Pigot) my Brother Hollis Pigot, & 
my Niece Ann Hall. 



My [ Daughter Elizabeth was born at Ordsall in Nottinghamshire 
February y e 3 rd 1722 & was baptiz'd February y e 17 th following, 
her Suretys were my Father (y e Rev'd M r John Pigot) my Sister 
Catherine Hall (representing my Aunt Ellen Drinkwater) & my 
Sister Martha Parnell (representing my Sister Ellen Pigot.) 

My Son Robert was born at Durham in y e Parish of S l Oswald Septem- 
ber y e i st 1724, & was baptiz'd October y e 5 th following, his Suretys 
were y e Rev d M r William Randolph (representing y e Rev d M r John 
Pigot my Father) y e Rev d M r John Waring, & my Niece Ann Hall 
(representing my Sister Ellen Pigot). 

My son Hollis was born at Durham in y e Parish of S l Oswald March y e 
27 th 1726, was baptiz'd privately March y e 28 th following & receiv'd 
into y e Congregation April y e 18 th following, his Suretys were M r 
Edward Hinton Sen r (representing y e Rev d M r John Pigot my 
Father) y e Rev d M r Bryan Turner (representing y e Rev d M r Hollis 
Pigot my Brother) & M rs Crosby (representing my Aunt Hannah 
Hollis). 

My Son Thomas was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S l Margaret 
January y e 19 th 1727, was baptiz'd privately January y e 27 th 
following, & receiv'd into y e Congregation February y e 13 th 
following, his Suretys were M r Thomas Reede Apotfi (representing 
M r Thomas Lane) y e Rev d M r William Randolph (representing y e 
Rev d M r Hollis Pigot my Brother) & M rs Charlotte Feilding. 

My Son Richard was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S l Margaret 
July y e 23 rd 1730 & was baptiz'd August y e 25 th following, his 
Suretys were my Brother John Lumley, y e Rev d M r John Rymer, 
& M rs Lamb (representing my Cousin Martha Harneisse). 

My son Edward was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S l Margaret 
May y e 9, 1732, was baptiz'd privately May y e 14 th following, & 
receiv'd into y e Congregation June y e 13 th following, his Suretys 
were M r Edward Hinton Sen r y e Rev d M r Rob' Simon (representing 
y e Rev d M r Hollis Pigot my Brother) & M rs Ann Reede representing 
my Sister Frances Lumley). 

My Son Edward Lloyd was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S' 
Margaret December y e 12 th 1733, was baptiz'd privately December 
y e 21 st following, & receiv'd into the Congregation January y e 10 th 
following, his Suretys were M r James Hesletine (representing 
Edward Becher Esq r ) M r Thomas Reede Apotti (representing y e 
Rev d M r Hollis Pigot my Brother) & M rs Hutchinson. 

My Son Charles was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S' Margaret 
October y e 7 th 1735, & was baptiz'd November y e 4 th following, 
his Suretys were y e Rev d M r Rob 1 Simon (representing y e Rev d M r 
Hollis Pigot my Brother) M r Th6 Reede Apoth (representing my 
Brother John Lumley) & M rs Lamb (representing my Neice Mary 
Wilmot). 

My Son William was born at Durham in y e Chappelry of S' Margaret 
April y e 14 th 1737, was baptiz'd privately April y e 23 rd following & 
receiv'd into y e Congregation May y e 10 th following, his Suretys 
were y e Rev d M r Hollis Pigot (my Brother), M r Tho Reede Apotfi, 
& M rs Mary Simon (representing my Sister Frances Lumley). 

My Son Henry was born at Durham in y e College Aug st ye 31 st 1740, 
was baptiz'd privately Sep' y e 11 th & receiv'd into y e Congregation 
Sepf y e 36 th following his Suretys were y e Rev d M r Dongworth 



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(representing y e Rev d M r Hollis Pigot my Brother) M r Tho Reede 
Apothecary, & my Daughter Elizabeth (representing my Sister Ann 
Leybourne). 

From a Bible in my possession : "Amsterdam, Printed by 
Thomas Stafford; Atid are to be sold at his house, at 
the signe of the Flight of Brabant, upon the Milk- 
market, over against the Deventer Wood-market, 
do. Ij. c. xl. According to the Copy printed at 
Edinburgh by Andro Mart, in the yeare 1610. — F. A. C. 



Carvick Family. 

Thomas Carvick Married Marrianne Barbarina Mayer, at S' Mary le 

Bon Church on the 15 th of August 1808. 
Marrianne Catherine Born 24 th June 1809. Baptized at Mary le bon 

Church. Christened at Home by Rev. G. Gibson. Died 20 th 

May 1810. 

Anne Born 2 nd May 1810. Baptized &: died the same day. 
Marrianne Georgiana Catherine Born 27 th June 1811. Baptized 19 th 

July S' M' le Bon C. 181 1. Christened at Home, Harley St. by 

the Rev d W. Church. 
Emily Maria Born 19 th July 18 12. Baptized 29 July S' M' le Bon C. 

1812. Christened at Margate by the Rev d W. Church. 
Nelthorpe Rowan Born 26 th May 1814. Baptized [blank in orig.] 

Christened by the Rev. D r Bond. Died 16 th Dec r 18 19. 
Eliza Born 4 th July 18 16. Baptized by the Rev d A. Hinton, Norwood, 

Middx. Christened at Margate by the Rev* 1 W. Church. 
Henry Houghton Born 29 th Nov r 181 7. Baptized by R v A. Liptrott. 

Died 9 th feb? 18 18. 
Thomas Mayer Born 27 th March 1819 at Boulogne. Baptized by the 

Rev" Sir J. Head B l at Boulogne 3 rd April 1819. Christened at 

Margate by the Rev d W. Church. 
It hath pleased The Almighty to take to Himself my Beloved Wife, 

Marrianne Barbarina, who died on the 10 th of Ocf 1839 in Great 

Cumberland S' and was Buried in the Family Vault at S l Mary le 

Bon Church on the 17 th of Oct r 
In Patient Endurance of many Trials; Of Severe Illness's; In perfect 

Resignation to The Almighty's Will ; In a Life of unexampled 

Conduct, as the most Truly Affectionate of Wives, and fondest of 

Mothers ; I, Her Bereft Husband Pray for Consolation, and that, 

the dear Children It has pleased God to spare me, may, as I am 

sure they will, follow the Bright Example set them by Her. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, " London : 
Printed for f. Payne, and Sold by f. IVi/kie, N° yr, 
St. Paul's Church Yard, MDCCLXXV." Tlu volume 
contains tlu armorial book-plate of T/wmas Carvick. — 
F. A. C. 

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Jackson Family. 



1702 



William Jackson of Beagleswade Married Sarah whos maiden name was 

Smee of Thurlo in Suffolk and had : 
William Jackson born in white-cheyple July 15 th 1702 & married 

Constant Woods of Cavendish in Suffolk by whom he had : 

1. W m Jackson born april 4 th 1730 in the Parish of Cavendish also 

2. Mary Jackson born May 28 th 1732 in the Parish of Lambeth. 

The above W m Jackson of White Chappie had by his second wife 
Elizabeth whose maiden Name was Farrar : 

3. Richard Jackson born March 8 th 173!- died dec r 27 * 
1738. 

John Jackson born april 9 th 1737 died april 1738. 
Joseph Jackson born sep r 25 th 1739. 



Elizabeth born march 15 th 174^ died april 1742. 



All born in the 
Parish of S' Mary 
LambethCounty 
of Surry. 



Elizabeth born march 26, 1744 died aprill 1744. 
William Jackson of Cavendish Married Elizabeth Appleby at a Church 
near y e Commons and had: 
Elizabeth Jackson born Oct r 21 st 1753 at Lambeth. 
Mary Jackson born Ap: 16, 1755 at Lambeth. 
W m Joseph Jackson Janv 25, 1758 at Lambeth. 
John Jackson [blank in orig.~\ at Lambeth. 
Mary Jackson of Lambeth married Heny Michael Spang of Denmark at 
the Church of S' Swithen and had : 
William Heny Spang born July 31 st 1752 in the Parish of S' anns. 
James Spang born Oct r 5, 1753 in S l James died soon after. 
Henry Spang born Ap: 4 th 1755 in S 1 George Hanover square. 
Joseph Spang born Feb: 2 d 1756 in S' George Hanover square. 
The abovesaid W m Henry Spang died March y e 13/1784. 
W m Jackson Jun r (son of W m Jackson and * Sarah his wife ; He of 
Begleswade in the County of Bedford, & she of Thurlo in the County of 
Suffolk) was born the 15 th of July 15 minitts past 10 at Night in the 
Parish of S' Mary White-chapple in Middlesex. 

fWas married Sep 1 16 th 1752 to 
Eliz: Appleby. 



1. 

2. 

3- 
4- 



1. 
2. 
3- 
4- 



1730 



1732 



' W m Jackson Son of the abovesaid 
W m Jackson jun r & t Constant his 
wife she of Cavendish in the County - 
of Suffolk was born Aprill 4 th 1 730 in 
the parish of Cavendish aforesaid. 



' Mary Jackson Daughter of the 
above W m & Constant was born 
May 28 th 1732 at 3 a Clock after- * 
noon in the Parish of S 1 mary at 
Lambeth. 



Elizabeth Jackson daughter of the 
above was born Oct r 21 st 1753 in 
the parish of Lambeth. 

2. Mary born at Lambeth Ap: 
16 th 1755. 

3. William Joseph Jackson Jan. 25 
1 1758. 

( Was married to Heny Mic 11 Spang 
Oct: 26, 1 75 1 at S* S within London 
stone. 

William Henry Spang son of the 
above was born July 31, 1752 in 
y e Parish of S l Anns. 
James Spang born Oct: 5, 1753 in 
the Parish of S l James's Westminsf 
died a little after. 
Henry Spang born Ap r 4 th 1755. 
^Joseph Spang Feb 2, 1756. 



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All Born In 
• the Parish of 
Lambeth. 



The abovesaid W m Jackson jun r had also by his wife Elizabeth whose 
maiden name was Farrar born in y e Parish of S : Gabriel Fanchurch : 

i st Richard Jackson born March 8 th 173! dyed dec r 27 th " 
1738. 

2. Jn° Jackson born Aprill 9 th 1737 dyed Aprill 1738. 

3. Joseph Jackson born Sep r 25 th 1739 at 12 at Night. 

4. Elizabeth Jackson born March 15 th 174^ dyed [blank 

in orig.~\ 1742. 

5. Elizabeth Jackson born March 26, 1744 dyed Aprill 

1744. 

* Sarah whose maiden name was Smee. 
+ Constant Woods. 
From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and 
Bible zvith Apocrypha, "Printed by Thomas Buck and 
Roger Daniel, printers to the Universitie of Cambridge, 
Anno Dom. 1638," in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Joseph 
Elizabeth 
Mary Ann 
John Thomas 
Thomas 



Patience Family. 

Born 

Patience January 10 th 1767. 
Patience October 14 th 1769. 
Patience February I st 1772. 
Patience July 12 th 1773. 
Patience October 5, 1777. 
Charles Emanuel Patience May 22, 1785. 

The above are the Children of Joseph & Mary Patience January 1778. 

Died 27 Sept r 1 797 Died 1 1 1,1 Jan* 1 798 
Aged 58. Aged 49. 

Joseph Patience Son of the above named Joseph and Mary, Married to 
Sarah Elizabeth Lamb, the 19 th day of January 1798 at the Parish 
Church of S 4 Stephen Coleman Street, in the City of London. 

The Names of their Children : 



Died April 16 th 1799. 
Baptized Oct r 9, 1800. \ 
Died Sept r 16, 1802. / 
ditto Aug t i4 th Died2o th Aug t . 



Born 



Mary Kerridge Patience October 9 th 179S. 
Elizabeth Kerridge Patience Dec 
Catherine Hogg Patience July 



Died DeC 13. 

Departed March 2 d 1822, 



17 th 1799. 

16, 1 So 1. 
25, 1803. 
12, 18 10. 



4 Morning. 

3 Afternoon. 

5 Morning. 
10 Morning. 
9 Morning. 



about 2 O Clock in 
day at Tottenham. 



th 



a Boy still Born 10 Morning Nov r 
Charles Patience Dec r 

Sarah Eliz th Mother of the above Children, Burried on the 
1 I th (following) at the Parish Church of Allhallows 
on London Wall, after a continued and severe 
Indisposition of 16 Months (Parralitic) sincerely 
lamented by him who knew her Best, Married 24 
Years and 6 Weeks ; in her 46 th Year. 
(Situation in the Brick Vault, underneath the Marble 
Monument in the body of the Church.) 

From a copy of "A Practical Family Bible with Apocrypha" bv 
the Hon. and Rev. Francis Willoughby, D.D., in my 
possession, u London: Printed for J. Wilkie, No. 71, St. 
Paul's Church Yard, MDCCLXXIIL"—Y. A. C. 

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Cooper Family. 



Edward Cooper Born Ag. 30, 1763. 
Ann Cooper Born Dec m 13, 1763. 
Mark Cooper Born J any 24, 1790. 
Edw d Cooper Born Sepr. 10, 1791. 
James Cooper Born Jan? 30, 1796. 
My Husband Died Feb. n, 1828. 
James Cooper Died April 24, 1829. 

Sarah Cooper Daughter of Jam s Cooper Born June 21, 1822. 

Ann Cooper Feb. 14, 1824. 

Mary Ann Nov r 3, 1825. 

James Cooper Born Sep. 24, 1829. 

James Cooper Died Jan. 20, 1830. 

Ann Cooper Died Oct r 16, 1840. 

Mary Ann Cooper died [plank in orig.] 

Sarah Cooper Died Dec. 24, '55. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer in my 
possession, " Oxford, Printed by T. Wright and IV. Gill, 
Printers to the University : And sold by R. Baldwin, and 
S. Crowder, in Paternoster Row, London : and by W. 
Jackson, in Oxford, i?6p," and " The Psalms of David in 
Metre, London : Printed by Charles Rivington, for the 
Company of Stationers, 176 J." On the fly-leaf before title 
occurs : " Ann Cooper Given her By M rs Ady." — F. A. C. 



Doe and Godfrey Families. 

Ann Doe of the Parish of Hartlip Died y e 28 th of April 1754. Buried 
the 2 th of May. 

John Doe and Sarah Shrubsall Was maried the 5 th of July 1754 In 

the Parish Church of Hartlip. 
John Son of John Doe and Sarah His Wife Was Born April y e 6 th 1755. 
John Son of John Doe and Jane His Wife Was Born October th i8, 

1788. 

Sary Shrubsall the Wife of John Doe Died th 2i of February 1763. 

Buried the 25 of February 1763. 
Sary Doe Daughter of John and Jane Doe was Borne October the 7, 

1790. 

John Godfrey the Sonne of Thomas Godfrey was borne & Baptised the 

1 6 th day of march Anno do: 1661. 
John Godfrey and Ammy Stanes widdo was mared the 16 day of Aprill 

In the yeare of our Lord 169 1 at the Parish Church of S' Andra 

In Canterbery In Kent. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, " Lmprinted 
at London by Bonham Norton and John Bill, Printers to 
the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, MDCXIX—Y. A. C. 



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Horn and Barber Families. 

Sophia Pechey Horn Daughter of Elizabeth Horn Granddaughter of 
Robert May to whom this Book was given too By M r Robert 
Casburne Gentleman in the Year 1701. 

Sophia Pechey Horn was born June 20 th 1777. 

Sophia Pechey Horn was Maried to Will 1 " Barber on Sunday March the 
27 th 1796. 

Will m Barber Son of the above was born Sunday afternoon Aprill the 
25 th 1802. 

Sophia Pechey Barber was Maried to John Riches Aprill the 17 th 1808. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and 
Bible with Apocrypha, in my possession, "Oxford: 
Printed by the University Printers MDCXCVII." On 
the last leaf of t/te Old Testament is written "foseph 
Peachey was Born march y' 17, 1712-ij." — F. A. C. 



Godfry and Butt Families. 

William godfry baptised May the 27, 1645. 
John godfry borne October the 18, 167 . 
Svsan godfry borne October the 20, 1683. 
Mary godfry borne Janewary the 15, 168. 

thorns but son of wolter and arm but was born may the 3, 1746. 
Thomas Butt Sun of Walter & Anne Butt wase Borne May y e 3 att 6 

a Clock in y e morning In y e Year of our Lord 1 746. 
Walter Butt Sun of Walter & Anne Butt wase Borne December y e 24 

att 8 a Clock att night in y e Year of our Lord 1748. 

[An entry has been apparently cut out of the page liere.] 
Sarah Butt Daughter of Walter and Sarah Butt was Born April the 7 

in y c year of our Lord 1758. 
Elisabeth Butt Daughter of Walter and Sarah Butt was Born August 

y e 29 in y e year of our Lord 1759. 
John Butt Son of Walter and Sarah Butt was Born December the 16 in 

the year of our Lord 1760. 
Thomas Bott the Son of Thomas and fanney Bot Born novmber the 7 

in the year of our Lord 1772. 
James Bott the Son of Thomas and fanney Bot Born Aprel the 9 in the 

year of our Lord 1774. 
mother died 22 Jenery betix leven and twelvfe o'clock att nigh 1739. 

Prom a volume containing the Booh of Common Prayer and 
Bible with Apocrypha, in my possession, " Imprinted at 
London by Robert Barker, Printer to the Queenes most 
excellent Maiestie, Anno. 1601." On the back of tfie 
title to the Neiu Testament is written: "A/ay Carpenter 
1604" and "William Godfry His Booke 1670." On 
the centre of each of tlu outside covers are stamped the 
initials « W. G." — F. A. C. 



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Clark Family. 

Charles Clark June 6 th 1737. 

John 

Sarah 

John Feb r 20 th 1741. 

Jeremiah Clark born Oct r 25 th 1742. 

Robert born Feb y 2 d 1744. 

William 

Mary 

Sarah born May 28 th 1747 Oldstile. 
William born Jany 2 d 1749. 
Rowland 
Ann born 

Letitia born Sep tr 14, 1752 New Stile. 
Lucy born Oct r 19, 1753. 
Richard born July 3 d 1756. 
Benjamin born May 3 d 1759. 

On the inside cover is written : 

To M r Jeremiah Clark these Sacred Volumes formerly the property of 
his venerable Grandfather & Grandmother M r Charles & M rs 
Sarah Clark of the City of Worcester are offered as a mark of 
sincere Regard by his affectionate Cousin. 

Hugh Price. 

The Rectory, Newton Tony, Wilts, Nov r 16, 1847. 

From a copy of the " Universal Bible " by S. Nelson, D.D., 
in two volumes, in my possession, " London : Printed 
for J. Coote, at the Kings-Arms, opposite Devereux- 
Court, in the Strand ; J. Staples, opposite Stationers 
Hall, Ludgate Street ; And Sold by all Booksellers in 
England, MDCCLVIIL"—Y. A. C. 



Bullock and Post Families. 

Sarah Bullock the first of the three wives of Jacob Post. 
John Post son of Jacob Post by his third wife 1758. 
Mary Post afterwards Hashold. 
Elizabeth Hashold afterwards Post. 
Frederic James Post. 
Jacob Post. 

Mary Wells formerly Hashold. 

Sarah Bulluck Junior Her Book given vnto her by her Vncle Benjamin 

Yeates one y e 3 d Day of January 169!. 
Mary Ann Wells daughter of Mary Wells. 
Ada Fanny Wells grandchild of Mary Wells 1885. 

From a small Bible, " London, Printed by the Assigns of 
John Bill and Christopher Barker Printers to the Kings 
most Excellent Majesty 1676." — F. A. C. 



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heighten Family. 



Anna Maria Leighton born at Bath Sep r 25, 1745 Christned at the 
Abby Church at Bath by the Rev d M r Taylor Curate to Doctor 
Coney. Responsors: Miss Lloyd daughter to S r Charls Lloyd, M re 
Forester of Dothill, Sir Edward Leighton. 

Charlton Leighton born in Brook Street in S l Georges Parish Hanover 
Square London 18 M. azcis 1747. Babtis'd by Doctor Trebeck of S c 
Georges Church. Responsors: M rs Jenkins, Lord Herbert, Brooke 
Forester Esq r . 

Honour Leighton born at Underdale in the Parish of the Holy Cross 
Salop May 3 rd 1748 Baptised by the Rev d M r Lathom of the s d 
parish. Responsors : M re Sambrooke, M rs Barnston, Bibye Lake, 
Esq r . 

Anna-Bella Leighton born at the Abby House in the Parish of the 
Holy Cross Salop May 26 th 1749. Y e Gossips: M re Kynaston 
(Widdow), of Hordley, M re Ann Leighton of Lon", Lord Bateman. 
The last Child of Charlton Leighton Esq r by Anna Maria, his Wife. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, " Oxford 
Printed for M. Pitt at the Angel in S* Pauls Church- 
yard." On the fly-leaf facing the title is written "Martha 
Hall her Book given her by Anna Maria Leighton Sep 1 
y 1 7, 1756." Tlie volume contains the armorial 
book-plate of "Reginald Cholmondeley, Condover Hall." 
— F. A. C. 



Cooper Family. 

Gt. Oakley, Essex, S. & E. Cooper marrid 10 Nov. 1830. 
Sarah Ann Cooper Born Ocf 5 th 1831, Daughter of Sarah & Ed\v d 
Cooper. 

Edw d Cooper born June 10 th 1833, Son of Edw d & Sarah Cooper. 
Sarah Ann Cooper died May 7 th 1835, Aged 3 years & 7 months. 
Ja s Cooper Born Sept. 18, 1835 ; died Ocf 17 th Aged 1 month. 
Sarah Cooper Born Sept. 20th, 1837, of Ed\v d & Sarah Cooper. 
Elizabeth Cooper Born May 1, 1839, of Edw d <$: Sarah Cooper. 
Francis Cooper Born April 30, 1842, Son of Ed\v d & Sarah Cooper. 
Alfred Cooper Born Nov. 14, 1847, son of EdW 1 & Sarah Cooper. 
Mary Ann Cooper Born Nov. 10, 1849, of E. & S. Cooper. 
Mary Ann Cooper Died Nov. 22, 1850, Aged 1 Year & 12 Days. 
Emily Cooper Born March 2, 1852, Daughter of Edw d & Sarah Cooper. 
Francis Cooper Died Febr. 18, 1854, Aged 11 years 10 months. 
Sarah Cooper Died Dec. 14 th 1859, aged 50 years. 
Alfred Cooper Died March 26 th 1874, aged 26 years. 
Edward Cooper Died March 28 th 1883, Aged 91 years. 

From a copy of " Burkitt's New Testament " in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



So 



Lince Family. 



May 5 Day 1684 An Lenc the daughter of ffrances Lenc was Born 

In the yeare of our Lord God 1684. 
June 24 Day 1686 ffrances Lenc and Ellice Lenes born thay ware 

baptized the first day of July In the, .year of our Lord god 1686 

frances eldest Bengeman yongest frances died the 22 day of August. 
May y e 5 Day 1684 Ann Lince the Daugfe of Francis Lince was borne 

In y e year of our lord God & Baptized on y e 8 Day above written. 
Francis Lince had two Sons borne on y e 24 Day of June and were 

baptized on y e first Day of July and francis y e Eldest Died on y e 22 

Day of Avgust in y e year of our Lord 1686. 
April y e 12 Day francis y e youngest Son of francis Lince borne was 

baptized on y e 19 Day of y e Same Moneth aboue writen in y e year 

of our Lord 1688. 

October the 21 Day Francis Lince youngest Daughter Elizabeth was 
borne (and baptized) on y e 29 Day as aboue writen in y e year of our 
Lord Annoque Dominy 1690 between nine and tenn in y e 
morning which fell out on the tewsday of that week. 

December y e 26 Day Francis Lince youngest Son William was borne 
(and Baptized on y e 18 Day of January in the year of our Lord 
God Anno Que Dominy 169I) about tenn of the clock in y e night. 

From a Bible in my possession, "London, Printed by Robert 
Barker, Printer to the King's most excellent Majestie, 
and by the Assignes of John Bill, i6jp"; on fly- 
leaves occur: "John Sadler oweth this booke god 
give me g:" "William Chaplin His Book November y e 
5, 1724." — F. A. C. 



Lofft Family. 

Capel Lofft Esq & Sarah Watson Finch married at S' Benedicts Church 
Cambridge 10 March 1802. 

Children of the above Marriage. 
Sarah Capel born 12 June 1803 privately baptizd by M r Cartwright. 
Laura Capel born 27 July 1804 privately baptized by M r Fellowes. 
Capel born 19 Feb y 1806 privately baptized by M r Boldero. 

At the top of the title-page is written : 

^0^^^ c^^c^^ pg£t^s*/.'/spAf. -xT.^r. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Oxford: Printed by Thomas 
Baskett, Printer to the University, MDCCLXI"; in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Finch and South Families. 



James Finch Born June 27 th 1816 Married Dec r 30, 1850 to Ann South 
of Broughton Pershore Worcestershire. 

Issue. 

George Finch Born Jan y 21 st 1852. 
Walter Henry Finch Born May i st 1854. 
Sarah Ann Finch Born Nov r 5 th 1857. 
Jesse Kate Finch Born Aug st io ,h 1861. 
Charles Finch Born July 17 th 1863. 

Sarah Bradbury Departed This Life Sunday November 26 th 1843. 
Elizabeth Sarah Kedwards Born thursday June 18 th 1857. 
George Kedwards Born May Monday 21, i860. 
Caroline Kedwards Born Sep 1 Monday 23, 1861. 
Sarah South Departed this Life 18 th Nov 1854. 
George South Died Dec r 4, 1858. 

Harriet South Daughter of the above died June I st 1870. 

Mary Cornwell Daughter of George & Sarah South died DeC 14 th 1870. 

Harvey South, son of the above died March 24, 1872. 

Anne Finch daughter of the above Died Nov br 12 th 85. Interred 

Willesden Cemetary. 
James Finch died April 25 th 18/83 entered at Willesden Cemetery 

April 30 th No. 6065 Grave. 
George Finch left home for Cape Town Jan? 29, 1880. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and 
Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, " Oxford, 
Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the University 
MDCCXXIII." On the inside cover is written "Mrs. 
Bradbury 1724."— F. A. C. 



Collens Family. 

William Henry Collens Born August 20 th 1802. 
Elizabeth Hughes Born May 27 th 18 13. 

Married August 23 rd 1836 at S' Michael's Church Bristol. 

Children of the Above. 

Elizabeth Martha Born June 27 th 1837. 
Annie Born October 13 th 1838. 
William Henry Born June 11 th 1840. 
Annie Died June 11 th 1849. 

William Henry Died Dec r 2 nd 1862 at Barbadoos, age 22. 
William Henry Died No br 22 nd 1879, age 77. 
Elizabeth Died March 3 rd 1885 age 71. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha dated 1S1J, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Bunbury Family. 



Memorandums. 

I came to live at Poolton May 171 1. I went to Houhton Tower July 
21 st 1 7 12 & came back July 26. My Bro: & his wife came to 
see me 17 13. I went to London & Catworth June 17 14. I, Lady 
Boughton & her sister Boughton & Lucy Houghton lay at Poolton 
Sunday Nov: 13, 1715 y e day Preston Fight was. I went to y e 
Isle of Man Aug* 11, 17 16 & return'd 18. Charles Bunbury 
was baptized sayes ye stoake register Feb. 22, 1656. Jenney 
went from Poolton to London Aug. 5, 17 18. Hannah Johnson 
came to live with me August 15, 17 18. My brother & his son 
Will, came to Poolton May 25, 1730, & went away June 3. I 
went to Houghton Tower July 4 & came back y e 9, 1720. I saw 
y e B p of Down & Connor & Lady & Coz. Jack Skeffington at 
Chester as I went to Alton Aug' 14. The prodigious high tyde 
Sunday 18 of Dec. 1720. My father died Oct. 23, 1676. I went to 
Oxford Nov. i st 77. After I had fix'd my Bro: at Oxf d I took him 
to London where he staid at my sisters till y e middle of Ap: & 
then return'd to Oxf d . In 1685 my Mother & I went to London 
& my Bro. met us at y e Coronation of King James 2 d . 

W m Bun: born May 18, 1664, 4 oclock. My Mother died Apr. 22 
1 7 1 1 Sunday Evening. 

June 15, 1722 I was legally summonsed to \blank in orig.] this day to 
take the Oaths to Ke George. 

July 10 th 22 I was convict d at y e Quarter Sessions for refusing to take y e 
Oaths to K> George. 

Miss Betty Fonnereau died of the small pox y e day after her Grandma 
aged 9. 

My dear Mo r fell asleep in X' upon Saturday July 18, 1737 about 

1 a clock in y e morning aged 52. 
1748. Dec. 16. On mday about 10 o'Clock (Aged 82) My Dear 

Father Departed this life ; As did also my Dear Bro : Charles 

(Aged 29) on Tuesday June y e 6, about one o'clock in y e Morning 

1749. 

My Dear Bro r W. Bunbury departed this life Jan. 17, 1754 in y e 37 th 
y r of his Age. 

Mary Bunbury Daughter of Thomas and Mary Strong was Born Dec r 
6 th 1751, ab 4 5 o'clock in the Afternoon, & baptiz'd by her Father 
Jan: i st 1752, y e i st year of the new stile. Mrs. Fonnereau, 
M rs Bunbury and M r Will Strong were her Sponsors. 

Thomas Strong (Clerk) of Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire, & Mary 
Bunbury Daughter of the Rev d W. Bunbury (late Rector of Great 
Catworth in y e same County) were married at Brampton by her 
Bro: W. Bunbury, Vicar of Brampton on Friday y e 2 d of Febr^ 
1749. Old Stile. 

Mary Bunbury Daughter of Thomas & Mary Strong was born at 
Hargrave Dec. 6, 1751 (y e last Year of y e Old Stile) about 5 o'Clock 
in y e Afternoon, & baptized by her Father Jan. 1, 1752 (y e first y r 
of y e New Stile). M rs Fonnereau, M rs Bunbury of Brampton & 
M r Will. Strong were her Sponsors. 



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My dear Polly went to Stamford on Tuesday July 9, 1765. Return'd 
Sep. 11, 1766. 

Our Dear Daughter departed this life on Friday July y e 12 th about 1 
o'clock in y e Afternoon & was buried on Wednesday y e 17 th 1776 
Aged 24 Y re . 

Sister Fonnereau Maried April 1728. 

From an original MS. Commonplace Book in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Quatermain Family. 

John Caterman of Chalgrove, co. Oxon. To be buried in the church 
of Challgrove. To Raffe my son lij s and two ewes and two lambs. To 
Sextis my son xl s and two quarters of barley, "to be payde of John Rosse 
of Challgrove." Thomas my kinsman. Elizabeth my kinswoman. 
James Tolderve. William Bronam. Alice and Thomas Burnam. William 
Wygins, his children Roger and Hew. John Burnam. Residue to wife 
Elizabeth and son John, my Exors. Witnesses: Roger Caterman, John 
Hayborne and Ralf Haydock. Raynolld Caterman my brother to be 
overseer. Will dated 22 May 1544. Proved 28 June 1544 by Exors. 

Arch: Oxon, series 1, vol. 7, folio clxxxiiij. 



John Caterman of Chalgrove, co. Oxon. To be buried in the church 
of Chalgrove. To the children of Raynolde Katerman and Thomas 
Caterman viij d each. To the children of John and William Caterman 
iiij d each. To John, son of Thomas Caterman, " a shepe, a red 
bullocke, and a cofer." To John and Raffe Caterman, sons of John 
Caterman, "a bullocke betwyxt them and ij shepe and also raffe to 
have a table y l is in his mothers howse." Roger, son of Raynolde 
Caterman, Margery, daughter of Thomas Caterman, William Burnham and 
his children. My brother William Caterman. Thomas my brother. 
John More and John Robynson. Raynolde and William Caterman. 
Residue to Raynolde and Thomas Caterman, my brothers and Exors. 
Brother William Caterman, overseer. Witnesses : John Smythe, William 
Wyse, William Spinlar, Thomas Wyse. 

Will dated 1545. Proved 12 July 1545 by Exors. 

Arch: Oxon, series 1, vol. 2, folio Ixx. 



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William Quaterman of Chalgrove, co. Oxon. "I Wyllyam Quaterman 
sycke of bodye and hole on mynd." To be buried in the churchyard of 
Challgrave. " To the high alter of Chalgrave xij d Itm to the church of 
Watlyngton ij bushellf of barly Itm to the bellf of Challgrave ij busshellf 
of barlye Ifm to Roger my sonne xx u busshell^ of wheat & xx" of barlye 
Itm to Alyce my dawghter xx ti busshellf of wheat & xx 4i of barlye and if 
it showlde fortune the said Roger to departe before the ayge of xx li yeres 
and not maryed y' then the stocke of Roger to remayne to the said 
Alice his syster agayne yt it chaunce the said Alyce to dye before thage 
of xvj ten yeres and not maryed that then the said stocke of Alyce to 
remayne to Roger her brother." To mysaid son and daughter "a potte and 
a panne" each, and to either of them one bullock. To my son Roger 
"a fetherbed and one bolster." To Alyce my daughter "a matteresse and 
a bolster." To each of them "a payre of shetf." To Roger my son "one 
cofer halffe a dosen of pewter vesselt & ij candlestyckf." To Alyce my 
daughter "one cofer halffe a dosen of pewter vessellf and ij candlestyckf." 
To John my brother "my worsted cote." To my brother Thomas "my 
best gowne." To William Payssye "my worsted dublet my blacke 
fryse cote a payre of hosf a busshell of wheate and one busshell of 
barlye." To Edward Clarke "my whyte fryse cote." To Roger Bloxham 
xx d . To Rycharde my svant xij d . " Now if it fortune . . . Alyce my 
wyffe doo marye then sche shall delyver the goodf of my chyldren 
(above spoken of) into the handf of Roger Quaterman my father 
whome I dooe make the supervisor of this my Last Wyll and 
Testament." Residue of goods to wife Alyce, my Extrix. Witnesses : 
"Raffe Hadocke preist and vicar of Chalgrave," Roger Quaterman, 
John Brooke and Willyam Paysse. 

Will dated 19 April 1546. Proved 6 May 1546 by Extrix. 

Arch ; Oxon, series 1, vol. 2, folio cxliiij. 



Brearley Family. 

"Marye Brearley daughter of James Brearley late Cittizen and 
Fishmonger of London deceased." To mother Mistres Joane Brearley 
,£50. My uncle Wells and his wife, and cousins Thomas, John, 
William, Sarah, Ellen and Judeth Wells. My aunt Poultney and 
cousins Richard, James, and Thomas Poulteney. Suzan Forrest. 
Martha Wingfielde. Cousins Leaver and John Brearley. To Godson 
James South ^200, and to my sister South's other children John, 
Jane and Joan South, ^40 each. My sister South. Mr. Wootton and 
his wife. Martha Wootton. Mr. Barnett. Mr. John Bullware. M res 
Spurstowe. Cousin Susan Brakenfeilde. Residue to brother Robert 
South, Citizen and Fishmonger of London, Exor. Witnesses : Thomas 
Smithe, scr, Peter Bullwere, Richard Wootton, and Richard Newporte. 

Will dated 2 December 1625. Proved 10 February 1625 by Exor. 

P.C.C. {33 Hele). 

85 



IVentworth Family. 

This Indenture made the fifteenth day of ffebruary Anno Dni 
1637 and in the Thirteenth yeare of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord 
Charles by the grace of God King of England Scotland ffrance and 
Ireland Defendo r of the faith &c Betweene Hillary Mempris of 
Mylend Greene of the parish of Stepney als Stebonheath in the 
Countie of Midd gent of the one parte, and the right ho ble Thomas 
Earle of Cleeveland and Thomas Lord Wentworth sonne and heire 
apparant of the said Earle of the other parte. Whereas the said 
Thomas Earle of Cleevland and Thomas Lord Wentworth by their 
Recognizance in the nature of a Statute Staple acknowledged before 
the right ho bI * S r John Bramston knight Lord Cheife Justice of the 
Kings Bench at Westm r the day of the date of theis pntf doe stand 
bound vnto the said Hillary Mempris in the surne of Six hundred 
Powndf of lawfull English money to bee paid vnto the said Hillary 
Mempris his Executo™ or Assignes, At or before the ffeast of the 
Annunciacon of our blessed Lady Mary the Virgine next ensuyng 
the date hereof, As by the said Recognizance relacon being therevnto 
had more at large appeareth, w ch said Recognizance was so acknow- 
ledged for the performance of the Covenntf of a certaine Indenture 
of Lease of the same date w th theis piitf, and made betweene the said 
Thomas Earle of Cleeveland and Thomas Lord Wentworth of the 
one parte and the said Hillary Mempris of the other parte. Nowe if 
the said Thomas Earle of Cleeveland and Thomas Lord Wentworth 
and either of them their and either of their heires Executo re and Admi" 
and every of them for and on his and their and every of their partf 
and behalfe doe and shall from tyme to tyme and at all tymes 
hereafter well and trulie observe performe fullfill and keepe All and 
singular the grauntf Covenntf Clauses Condicons sentences and 
agreement^ conteyned specified and declared in the said Indenture 
of Lease bearing date w th theis pntf, and made betweene the said 
parties as aforesaid, w ch on the parte and behalfe of the said Thomas 
Earle of Cleeveland and Thomas Lord Wentworth or either of them 
their or either of their heires Executo rs Admi™ or Assignes are or 
ought to bee observed performed fullfilled or kept, That then the said 
Recognizance and every matter therein conteyned, shall cease 
determyne and bee vtterlie void and of none effect as if the same 
had never beene made. In witnesse whereof the parties first aboue 
named to theis p r sent Indentures haue interchangably sett their 
handf and seales the day and yeare first above written. 




From the original in my possession. Endorsed : "Sealed and 
d'd in the p r nce of Robte Dixon, Tho: Wright."— ¥. A. C. 

86 



ate &mersjwm 
tncom 



An Assessm 1 made the ffour & twentieth 
day of Aprill Anno Dni 1703 upon the 
Inhabitants of the Said parish for, and 
towards the reliefe of the Poor of the 
said parish for eight months. 



William Hayley Sen r "J 

Daniel Beck V Overseeres. 

Timothy Harding J 



Woodside. 
Madam 



Jane Drake & Mountagu Garrard \ 



/ 

for I 
for I 

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Drake for Mancon house lands & woods 
Samuel Trotman Esq r & Thomas Bayley 
warehouse mead 

John Proby Esq r & the Lady Cavendish 
Mancon house lands & woods 
M r ffrancis Allunt for Parsonage 
Widdow Harding for Applebys and part 
Ranes 

And for lands in Turney mead 
Rich d Grimsdale for house lands & woods... 
M r [blank in orig.~\ & Christopher Shrimpton 
for house lands & woods 
And for lands in Turney meads 
Widdow Moreton ... 
Henry Norwoode for Moretons lands 
M r John Pennington 
John Hill for house & land 
The Widdow Keene 
Thomas Wright 

Jo n Garret & Rob 1 Eales for Tenem 1 
John fibster... 
John Bovingdon ... 

Joseph Heward for house lands & woods & part \ 
of Garretts / 
M rs Henslowe 
Widdow Butler ... 
John Hill ... 
Timothy Harding... 
Jonas Harding 
Timothy Pratt 
John ffisher ... 
Nathaniel Moreton 
Henry Moreton & for meadowe 
And for Bartletts ... 
And for M r ^Proby's land & meadowe 
Henry Batchelor for lands & woods 

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William Oakley 


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John Batchelor 


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William Moreton ... 


oo 


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John Rose ... 


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Edward Gibbons for house & land 


oo 


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James Eales for house & land 


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James Eales Sen for tenem* ... 


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Thomas Chearsley 


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James Boreton 


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John Salter ... 


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Daniel Harding for house & land 


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Edward Angle 


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Robert Hill 


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Charles Penice 


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Gyles Hat 


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Thomas Carpenter 


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89 



The Towne. 

M re Chase & William Hayley Sen r 
John Child ... 

William Stacham for house & land 
John Dennis 
Edward Child 
William Browne 
John Hobbs 
Richard Hobtrowe 
Madam Drake for Hoppers house 
William Johnson 
John Webb 
Edward Arnold 
John Meacock 
John Winchester Jun 
John Gardner & wid : Norwood for house 
And for M r Drakes land 
Daniel Roberts for his Shopp ... 
Daniel Beche 

William Hayley for Sarazens head 
And for land in Turney meade 
And for Whilden plolt 
Jonathan Ball 

James Norwood for house & land 
And for Dovehouse mead & Vessells ffeild 
And for Neither Streete 
Edward Bayley 
Thomas Abbott ... 
William Nash 
Richard Sheppard 

Widdow Wilkinson & for an orchard 
John Nash, Sawyer 
Symon Gosham 
Andrew Burrowes 
Ralph Hobbs 

David Salter for house & land 
And for Lord Cheynes land 
William Child, Cooper 
M r Timothy Wingfeild ... 
Widdow Boreton ... 
Widdow Wingfeild 
Timothy Lovet 
Richard Todd 
Anthony Eales 
William Bosworth 
John Wingfeild 
And for Denterhold land 
And for Denterhold land more 
M r Richard Tipping 
And for Lord Cheynes land ... 
M re Ball for house & land 
Joshua Gardner ... 



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John Reed ... 


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John Hawkins 


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Thomas South 


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Richard Webb ... 


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Abraham Benning sen r ... 


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John ffuller 


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00 


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Joshua Chearsley 


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04 


Henry Bishopp 


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Henry Batie 


oo 


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And for M r Drakes land 


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Paul Darvell 


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Woodrow. 



Jonas Wilkinson 


00 


00 


00 


William Bovingdon & Henry Vincent for house \ 
lands wood & atenem' / 


00 


02 


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And for land late John Childs 


00 


01 


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And for Streetffeilds 


00 


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John Noble & John Raunce ... 


00 


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John Parrett for Russells ffarme 


00 


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And for M r Russells woods 


00 


00 


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Walter Nash for Groomes 


00 


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Richard Slater, and for parts of Tregoes land 


00 


00 


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John Trego for Jo : Childs lands 


00 


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John Bigg 


00 


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91 



Woodrow. 

John Hinton 

And for Biggies ... 

Joseph Miles 

William Tregoe for Gyles Hats land 
Richard Nash for Highhouse 
And for Hatchfeild 
And for Griffins land 
And for part of Bentleyes 
John Price & John Wingfeild 
John Harding 
Thomas Pratt 

John Salter for Cole Moram ... 

fforreigno s 

William Deane & Walter Crockett ... 
John Bovingdon ... 
Edward Browne 
William Cord well ... 
John Gardiner 

Henry Batchelor for Lord Cheynes land ... 
John How for Lord Cheynes land ... 
Widow Grover 

M r Henry Harris for land late James Gardners 

James Gardner 

John Griffin for Godfreyes 

William Wyat for the Moores ... 

William Higgs 

Thomas Saunders & M r Wharley 
James Norwood for land in tumey mead 
Edward Babb 

John Griffin & Landlord for Ewins Spring 

From the original on parchment, endorsed: 
Assessm 1 1703," in my possession. — F. . 



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Amers/iam poor 
C. 



Clark Family. 

Miss Sarah Clark Dec r 20 th 1806. 
Married Jan? 2 nd 18 10. 

Died August 21 st 1846 in the 69 th Year of her Age. 
Jeremiah Clark born July 13 th 1796. 

Married to Mary Moule Sep tr 9 th 1829 who was born June 22 nd 1S00. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha in my possession, "Birmingham, 
Printed by Pearson and Rollason MDCCLXXXVIII." 
— F. A. C. 



92 




George Merriton=j=Mary da: of 
Deane of Yorke. 



I 

John Meriton of= 
Moulton in Com: 
Ebor: 



=Eliz: da: of Christopher 
Smithson of Kipling in 
Com: Ebor: 



Mathew Meriton of=j=Mary da: of John 
the City London, g 4 . Brett of London. 



John sonne & heire Mary, 
an infant, 1664. 




I hereby certify that the above pedigree and arms of Meriton are 
faithfully extracted from the Record marked " D. 19," page 79. 



College of Arms ; London, 

29 June i8gg. 

A dinner service is in existence ( many pieces of which are in my possession ) 
with the arms of Meriton : Azure, on a chevron argent three roses 
vert, a canton ermine. Crest: On a mount vert a cross-crosslet 
fitch'e or. Motto : Perge mereri. The foregoing pedigree with arms 
copied from the records of the College of Arms has been most kindly 
sent me by Henry Farnham Burke, Somerset Herald. — F. A. C. 



93 



Berkeley, Gloucestershire. 



DEED of Brother Robert, master of the Hospital of St. Katherine 
the Virgin without Bristoll, and the brothers and sisters there dwelling. 
Grant to Adam, son of Roger de la Hethe, of the land which the said 
Roger held of the Hospital at the Hethe by Berkeley at a yearly rent of 
twelve shillings and fourpence. Witnesses : Peter de Stutescumbe, 
Peter de Wik, William de Canuill, John de Craul, William Heruz, 
Adam Motun, Walter Grip, Thomas de Wik and others. [Undated, 
ijth century P\ 



DEED whereby John Janynes and Henry le Dyer give to Thomas 
le Pottare of Nyweport the rents and reversions which they had of the 
gift of William le Gryp, son and heir of William le Gryp of Nyweport, 
within the manor of Alkynton. Witnesses : William Panyer, William 
Panyer j : William Maltmon, William Dosy, Robert Dosy, John 
Dangeruyle and others. Dated at Nywerport Monday before the 
Purification, 2 Richard II. [137 f-J. 



DEED of John Wynter of Wotton under Edge, granting to the 
venerable men Master Nicholas Danyel, Thomas Mulle, John Brown, 
William NeveporC, rector of Wolle, John Gesse, clerk, Walter Toyte 
and Nicholas Danut a croft lying at Marebroke within the hundred of 
Berkeley, which descended to him at the death of John Wynter his 
brother, and four crofts in Cleyhangre, which he had of the gift of 
Nicholas Selewyn. Witnesses : John Skey, William Longeford, Henry 
Taylor, Thomas Purlewent, John Coveley, Walter Dymmok, Walter 
Taylor and others. Dated at Cleyhangre Saturday, in the vigil of 
Pentecost, 8 Henry V. [1420]. 



GRANT by Thomas Jobyn ?nd John Legge to Robert Mey of 
lands and tenements in Goldeswyke, co. Gloucester, which they had by 
the gift of Johane Mey. Richard Dangerfyld to be attorney. 
Witnesses: John Bocher, Thomas Curnockc, John Swanley and others. 
Dated 2 May, 11 Henry VII. [1496]. 



DEED of Joan Mey of Berkeley, widow, releasing to Thomas 
Jobyn and John Legge all her lands and tenements, &c, in Goldeswicke 
within the manor of Alkenton and hundred of Berkeley, co. Gloucester. 
Nicholas Mundy and John Birte are appointed attorneys to deliver 
seisin. Witnesses : John Bocher, Richard Dangerfeld, John Swanley 
and others. Dated at Wyke 10 September, 16 Henry VII. [1500]. 



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INDENTURE made 21 January, 7 Henry VIII. [15 if], between 
(i.) Thomas Meye of Westminster, co. Middlesex, cook, son and heir of 
Edmond Mey and Johane his wife, one of the four daughters and 
coheirs of [blank], and (ii.) Thomas Heskyns of Nybley, co. Gloucester, 
tucker. Conveyance to said Thomas Heskyns of a messuage and 
lands in Wyke in the lordship of Barkley, co. Gloucester. Witnesses : 
Rye Wye, Robart buk, John Andrew. 



DEED of Richard Daungerfeld of Wyck, co. Gloucester, husbandman, 
acknowledging release to Edmund Coole of all his right in two 
moieties of lands called Lytlecornbrokmede and Muchelcornebrokmede 
in Wyek, within the manor of Alkynton, which late were his father 
Thomas Daungerfeld's. Witnesses : John Legge, John Cornenok, 
Robert Cornok, Thomas Mundy, John Collys and others. Dated 
7 February, 20 Henry VIII. [152U. 



INDENTURE made 23 December, 2 Elizabeth [1559], between 
(i.) Thomas Cole of Gooddyngehouse in Berkeley, husbandman, and 
(ii.) Morice Sonager of Sonager in the parish of Berkeley, husbandman, 
Bargain and sale to the said Morice of a tenement called Gooddyng- 
house lying by the heath within the tithing of Alkington with certain 
closes by it, and land in Achenden, &c. 

Endorsed with a memorandum of enrolment by Richard Langton, 
steward of the hospital of St. Katherine in Bedminster, co. Somerset, 
26 September, 12 Elizabeth [1570]. 



DEED POLL of Thomas Cole of Gooddynghouse in Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, husbandman, conveying to Morice Sonager of Sonager, co. 
Gloucester, husbandman, his lands, tenements, &c, called Gooddyng- 
house in Alkyngton by the Hethe. William Lauerence and Thomas 
Sonager are to deliver seisin. Dated 14 January, 2 Elizabeth [isf^]. 



DEED whereby Thomas Cole of Gooddynghouse in the parish of 
Berkeley, co. Gloucester, husbandman, releases to Morice Sonager of 
Sonager in the same county, husbandman, his estate in Gooddynghouse 
in the tithing of Alkyngton. Dated 20 January, 2 Elizabeth [15H]. 



DEED whereby Henry Curnocke, late of Wyke in Barkeley, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman, gives to William Jobbyns of Alkyngton in Barkeley, 
husbandman, land in Atchynton field in Alkyngton manor, and appoints 
William Lauerence, gent., and Giles Harvye, yeoman, his attorneys. 
Witnesses : Thomas Cole of Wyke, John Curnocke, John Fremon of 
Wyke and Gyles Harvye. Dated 1 March, 13 Elizabeth [i57f]. 

Signature of Henry Cornoke. 



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INDENTURE made 20 June, 13 Elizabeth [1571], between (i.) the 
Right Honourable S r Thomas Sackvyle, knight, Lord Buckhurste, and 
(ii.) Thomas Pleydell of Shryvenham, co. Berks, gent. Rehearses 
an indenture dated 3 February last past, between (i.) the said Lord 
Buckhurste and Dame Cicelye his wife, Nicholas Thorpe, William 
Lawerence, Richard Beconsawe, Nicholas Webbe, Thomas Cole and 
Richard Tilladam, and(ii.) the said Thomas Pleydell, for the settlement 
of the manor of Cannonburye, co. Gloucester, to the use of the said 
Thomas Pleydell and his heirs, for the sealing of which the said Lord 
Buckhurste could not stay " by reason of his Jorney in the Quenes 
Maiesties Embassage into Fraunce," wherefore he appointed John 
Turnor of the Inner Temple, gent., his attorney. By this indenture 
the said Lord Buckhurste confirms everything done in that behalf by 
the said Turnor. Witnesses : Richard Davyes, J. Turnor, William 
Reynoldes, William Aufild, Richard Wetenhall. 

Signed by Lord Buckehurst. Large seal of Arms : Quarterly, a 
bend vairy. Crest : A ram's Jiead erased. Supporters : Two ounces. 
Motto : Nichil titnere. 



DEED of William Jobbyns of Alkyngton in Berkeley, husbandman, 
reciting that he has given and granted to Thomas Sanoger the younger 
of Alkyngton two acres of arable land in Atchynton field in the manor 
of Alkyngton. John Sanoger the elder of Sanoger in Berkeley, 
husbandman, and Giles Harvye of Berkeley, yeoman, are made attorneys 
to deliver seisin. Dated 15 March, 18 Elizabeth [1 57§]- Witnesses: 
William Lauerence, gent., John Sanoger the elder of Sanoger, Giles 
Harvye of Berkeley. 

Endorsed with certificate of delivery of seisin 26 December 1576. 



DEED of William Jobbyns of Alkyngton in the parish of Berkeley, 
co. Gloucester, husbandman, releasing to Thomas Sanoger the younger 
of Alkyngton two acres of land in Atchynton field in the manor of 
Alkyngton. Witnesses : William Lauerence, gent., John Sanoger the 
elder of Sanoger and Gyles Harvye of Berkeley. Dated 18 March, 18 
Elizabeth [157^]. 

Signature of William (x) Jobbyns. 



INDENTURE made 20 September, 24 Elizabeth [1582], between 
(i.) Nicholas Curnocke of North Nibley, yeoman, and (ii.) Hugh 
Blower of Rugbag in Barkeley, husbandman. Lease for 21 years term 
of a tenement and lands in Rugbag if the said Hugh and Annis his wife 
and Deenes their daughter so long live. Witnesses: Thomas Goodrich, 
Philip Curnocke and John Cole. 

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INDENTURE made 20 July, 30 Elizabeth [1588], between (i.) 
Thomas Curnocke of Barkley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and (ii.) Thomas 
Trotman of Dursley, co. Gloucester, clothier. Conveyance of a house 
with a garden and orchard and lands in Alkington. Witnesses: Richard 
Tindall, John Purnell, Maurice Androse, Asten Galland and others. 

Signature of Thomas (x) Curnocke. 



DEED of Johanne Mey, widow, late wife of Robert Mey of 
Goldeswicke in the manor of Alkyngton and hundred of Barkeley, 
weaver, deceased, and Walter Mey, son and heir apparent of the said 
Robert and Johanne, reciting that the said Johanne and Walter have, in 
part accomplishment of the covenants contained in indentures dated 25 
March last, given and granted to William Cornocke the elder of 
Northnybley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, a messuage and lands in Goldes- 
wicke. Thomas Gybbyns of Nibley and William Phelippes of Wotton 
under Edge, yeoman, are appointed attorneys to deliver seisin. 
Witnesses : Thomas Smyth, William Phelipes, Scr, Richard (x) Smythe, 
Edward (x) Mey, Thomas (x) Gybbyns. Dated 1 April, 39 Elizabeth 
l>597]- 

Signatures of Joan (x) Mey and Walter (x) Mey. 



DEED POLL of Agnes Mey, daughter of Robert Mey late of 
Goldeswicke in the manor of Akington and hundred of Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, weaver, deceased. Release to William Cornocke the elder 
of Northnibley, yeoman, of two acres of land in Achingdon in the 
manor of Alkyngton, and all other lands which the said Robert, by 
virtue of an indenture of lease, demised to Arthur Mey the brother of 
the said Agnes, who gave the same to his sister. Dated 16 July 1598. 

Signature of Agnes (x) Mey. 



INDENTURE made 3 October, 4 Charles I. [1628], between 
(i.) William Curnocke of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
(ii.) Thomas Munday of Northnibley, clothier, witnessing that the said 
William hath bargained and sold to the said Thomas two acres of lands 
in Achington field, copyhold of the manor of Canonbury. Witnesses : 
Matthew Andros, John Champion and John Parsons, who all sign with 
a mark. 

Signature of William Curnocke. 



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INDENTURE made 10 July, 5 Charles I. [1629], between (i.) John 
Smyth of Northnibley, esquire, and William Archard of Northnibley, 
servant to the said John Smyth, and (ii.) Thomas Munday of North- 
nibley, clothier. Conveyance to the said Thomas of a close in 
Baynham field. Witnesses : John (x) Taylor, Richard (x) Nelme, 
Anthony (x) May. 

Signatures of John Smythe and William Archard. John Smythe 
seals with a seal of Arms : On a chevron between . . . crosslets . . ., 
three . . . Smyth. 



DEED POLL of Thomas Munday of North Nibley, co. Gloucester, 
clothier, being a mortgage in fee to Christopher Willis of Wootton under 
Edge, co. Gloucester, mercer, of a close of pasture in Baineham feild in 
Wicke in Barkely, with a messuage built thereon by the said Thomas, 
which close was conveyed to the said Thomas by indenture of 
bargain and sale dated 10 July, 5 Charles L, from John Smyth of 
North Nibley, esquire, and William Archard his servant. Witnesses : 
John Prestwood, Thomas Brenckworth. Dated 6 July 1631. 

Signature of Thomas Munday. 



INDENTURE made 23 February, 7 Charles I. [163^], between 
(i.) Thomas Munday of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, clothier, and 
(ii.) James Gibbes of Northnibley, clothier, and Thomas Gibbes his 
second son. Conveyance of a close in Baynham field with a cottage 
thereon. Thomas Trotman and Anthony May of Northnibley, 
yeomen, are made attorneys to deliver seisin. Witnesses : William 
Pinnell, William Trotman, Thomas Trotman and William Archard. 

Signature of Thomas Munday. 



INDENTURE made 3 January, 8 Charles I. [163I], between (i.) 
William Trotman of Buckover in Thornebury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, 
and (ii.) Thomas Pope of Stinchcombe, clothier. Bargain and sale of 
a house in Wick in Barkley with the close called the Wheate Close 
adjoining, purchased by Thomas Trotman (father of the said William) 
of Thomas Curnocke by indentures dated 20 July, 30 Elizabeth [1588]. 
Witnesses : Samuel Trotman, John Phillips, Richard Mericke, Robert 
Atkines and Thomas Jobbins. 

Signature of William Trotman. 





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INDENTURE made 30 September, 9 Charles I. [1633], between (i.) 
Thomas Munday of Northnibly, co. Gloucester, clothier, and (ii.) James 
Gibbs of Northnibly, clothier, and Thomas Gibbs his second son. 
Conveyance of two acres in Achington Field in Alkington in Berkeley, 
Thomas Trotman and Anthony May of Northnibly being made 
attorneys for the delivery of seisin. Witnesses : Thomas Trotman, 
John Carpenter, Richard Savory and Tobias Hathway. 

Signature of Thomas Munday. 



INDENTURE made 3 December, 14 Charles I. [1638], between 
(i.) William Curnocke of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
(ii.) William Archard of North Nibley, gent., and Gilbert Freeman of 
Wicke in Berkeley, yeoman. The said Curnocke enfeoffs the said 
Archard and Freeman of a messuage and lands in Goldeswicke in 
Berkeley to the use of Nicholas Curnocke his son. He also makes 
Tobias Hathway of Stinchcombe, yeoman, and Robert Curnocke of 
Northnibley, weaver, his attorneys. Witnesses : John Bowles, William 
Archard, Tobias Hathway. 

Signature of William Curnock. 



INDENTURE made 10 October, 17 Charles I. [1641], between (i.) 
Sir George Berkeley, knight, Lord Berkeley, Mowbray, Segrave and 
Breouse, and (ii.) James Gibbs of Northnibley, yeoman. Lease of an 
acre of land in Achington in Alkington tithing in Berkeley. Witnesses : 
Roger Igham and William Archard. 

Signature of Sir George Berkeley. Seal of arms and crest of 
Berkeley. 




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INDENTURE made 20 December, 17 Charles I. [1641I between 
(i.) James Gibbes of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Thomas 
Gibbes his son and heir apparent, and (ii.) Alice Smyth of Wicke in 
Berkeley, widow, and her grandchildren, Robert Davis and Mary Davis, 
child of Thomas Davis of Wicke, husbandman, being a conveyance to 
the use of the said Robert and Mary of a close and cottage thereon in 
Baynham field in Wicke. Thomas Came of Nuport, gent., and Gilbert 
Freeman of Wicke are appointed attorneys for delivering seisin. 
Witnesses : William Archard, Tobias Hathway, Thomas Davis and 
Robert Davis. 



INDENTURE made 22 December, 17 Charles I. [1641], between 
(i.) James Gibbes of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Thomas 
Trotman of Northnibley, clothier, and (ii.) Alice Smyth of Wicke in 
Berkeley, widow, and Robert Davis and Mary Davis, children of 
Thomas Davis of Wicke, husbandman, and grandchildren of the said 
Alice Smyth. An indenture is recited, dated 20 December, 17 Charles I. 
[1641], whereby the said James Gibbes and Thomas Gibbes (then and 
yet under 21 years), by the appointment of the said Alice Smyth, granted 
to the said Robert and Mary Davis a close, sometime parcel of Baynam- 
feild in Wicke, adjoining the land late of Thomas Smyth, deceased. 
The said James Gibbes and Thomas Trotman convey to the said Alice 
Smyth a moiety of a close called Tilly Croft in Northnibley abutting on 
a close of Nicholas Gibbes for 200 years at a peppercorn rent, condi- 
tioned as voidably on fulfilment of the provisions of the before-named 
indentures. Witnesses : William Archard, Tobias Hathway, Thomas 
Davis and Robert Davis. 

Signatures of James Gibbes (by mark) and Thomas Trotman. 



INDENTURE made 26 March, 22 Charles I. [1647], between (i.) 
Nicholas Cumocke of Wicke in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, " brodeweaver," 
and (ii.) William Archard of Northnibley, gent., and William Stones of 
Moreton in Thornebury, yeoman. The said Thomas, in consideration 
of a marriage to be solemnized between him and Elizabeth Stones, 
daughter of the said William, and for assuring a jointure to him, 
enfeoffs the said Archard and Stones of a messuage in Goldeswicke with 
other lands in Berkeley to the use of the said Nicholas for life with 
remainder to the use of the said Elizabeth for life. Witnesses : William 
Stones, junior and William Archard, junior. 

Signature of Nicholas (n) Cumocke. 



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DEED whereby Thomas Pope of Stinchcombe, co. Gloucester, 
clothier, gives to his son Daniel Pope a house and lands in Wick in 
Berkeley parish. Witnesses : Richard Brittan, clerk, Henry Burts, 
John (x) Brook, Rich: Blake. Dated 3 February, 23 Charles I. [164^], 

Signature of Thomas Pope. 



INDENTURE made 24 June, 24 Charles I. [1648], between (i.) 
Daniel Pope of Stinchcombe, co. Gloucester, clothier, and (ii.) Richard 
Britten of Bisley, co. Gloucester, clerk, and Henry Birt of Bawton, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman. The said Daniel for a jointure for Elizabeth his 
now wife leases to the said Richard and Henry a house and close in Wick 
and other lands in Wick and Came for fourscore years, if she so long 
live, to hold to her use after the deaths of Thomas and Sarah Pope, 
father and mother of the said Daniel. Witnesses : Thomas Pope, 
Edward King, John Broad and Richard Blake. 

Signature of Daniel Pope. 



INDENTURE made 18 November, 13 Charles II. [1661], between 
(i.) William Clarke of Wicke in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
Hanna his wife, and Richard Clarke his son and heir apparent, and 
(ii.) Elizabeth Curnocke of Rugbagge in Berkeley, widows Bargain and 
sale to the said Elizabeth of land in Baynham field. Witnesses : 
William Stones, William (x) Belcher, William Cornock, Nicholas 
Cornock and William Stones, juS. 

Signatures of William Clarke, Hanna (w) Clarke and Richard Clarke. 



INDENTURE made 16 August, 14 Charles II. [1662], between 
(i.) Daniel Pope of Wick in Berckley, co. Gloucester, clothier, and 
(ii.) Edward King the elder of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, clothier. 
Lease for 900 1 of a messuage in Wick, with a close called the Wheate 
close adjoining, and other lands in Wick and Cam, voidable by payment, 
of 100 1 . Witnesses : Edward Willett and Robert Brereton. 

Signature of Daniel Pope. 




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INDENTURE made 16 August 1662, between (i.) Daniel Pope of 
Wick in Berckley, clothier, and (ii.^ Edward King the elder of 
Cirencester, clothier, whereby the saia Daniel covenants to deliver 
up to the said Edward certain deeds, viz : (a) An indenture of bargain 
and sale, dated 3 January, 8 Charles I. [1633], made between William 
Trotman of Buckover in Thornbury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
Thomas Pope of Stinchcombe, clothier; and (0) a deed poll dated 3 
February, 23 Charles I. [164!-], from the said Thomas Pope to the said 
Daniel Pope, and also an indenture of grant and assignment made 
between the said Thomas and Daniel Pope. Witnesses: Edward Willett 
and Robert Brereton. 

Signature of Daniel Pope. 



BOND dated 19 January 1663, whereby Charles Dingley of 
Shackston, co. Essex, gent., is bound to Elizabeth Curnocke of 
Alkington in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, widow, for fulfilment of articles 
contained in an indenture of bargain and sale of equal date made 
between the said Charles Dingley and Frances his wife and the said 
Elizabeth Curnocke. Witnesses : William Stones the elder, Daniel 
Pope and William Belcher. 

Signature of Charles Dingley. 



INDENTURE made 19 January, 15 Charles II. [i66£], between (i.) 
Charles Dingley of Shackston, co. Essex, gent., and Frances his wife, 
and (ii.) Elizabeth Curnocke of Alkington in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, 
widow. Conveyance of an acre of land in Atchington field in Alkington. 
Witnesses : William Stone the elder, Daniel Pope and William Belcher. 

Signature of Charles Dingley. 



INDENTURE made 24 August 1675, between (i.) Thomas Holbin 
of Sciston, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and (ii.) John Wither of Wicke in 
Alkington. Grant to said John of land in Baynham field. Witnesses : 
William Archard, John Archard and Jeremiah (x) Marten. 

Signature of Thomas Holbin. 





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INDENTURE made 8 September 1676, between (i.) Maurice 
Seager of Alveston, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and (ii.) Thomas Linck 
the elder of Oldbury upon Seaverne in the parish of Thornbury, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman, John Edmonds of Just in the parish of Olveston, 
co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Thomas Linck the younger, son and heir 
apparent to the aforesaid Thomas Linck. Lease for six months by the 
said Maurice Seager of a close in Alveston (formerly purchased by him 
of Thomas Clayton, M.D., and John Milborne, esquires) at a pepper- 
corn rent. Witnesses: Richard Hawksworth and Christoper Cole, Jun r . 



INDENTURE made 9 September 1676, between (i.) Maurice 
Seager of Alveston, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and (ii.) Thomas Linck the 
elder of Oldbury upon Seaverne in Thornbury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, 
John Edmonds of Just in Olveston, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
Thomas Linck the younger, son and heir apparent of the aforesaid 
Thomas. The said Maurice, for natural love and affection for Elizabeth 
his wife, and for Sarah his daughter, now wife of John Smith of 
Wansewell in Berkeley, gent., assigns to the said Thomas, John and 
Thomas a messuage in Alveston inhabited by Thomas Haynes and 
a messuage called Pipers with certain closes in Alveston for the 
remainder of a lease of 2,000 years granted 10 June, 4 Elizabeth [1562], 
to hold the same in certain trusts for the said Maurice, Elizabeth and 
Sarah. Witnesses : Richard Hawksworth and Christopher Cole, junior. 

Signature of Maurice Seager. 



INDENTURE made 23 February 1679, between (i.) William 
Curnock of Alkinton in the parish of Berkley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, 
and (ii.) Thomas James of the said tithing, rugmaker, and Mary James 
and Thomas James his wife and child, being a lease from the said 
William of a cottage and garden ground in Alkinton. Witnesses : 
Nicholas Curnock and Jane Mill. 



INDENTURE made 25 May, 32 Charles II. [1680], between (i.) 
Nicholas Curnock of Alkington in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, one 
of the sons of Elizabeth Curnock late of Alkington, widow, deceased, 
and (ii.) William Curnock of Alkington, yeoman, one of the sons and 
heir apparent of the said Elizabeth Curnock. Conveyance in fee of 
an acre in Achington field called the New Tineing. Witnesses : John 
Wilkins and Charles Zellman. 

Signature of Nicholas Curnocke. 

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INDENTURE made 31 January 1681, between (i.) William 
Tippetts of Dursley, co. Gloucester, clothier, and Richard Tippetts of 
Dursley, clothier, his eldest son, and (ii.) William Curnocke of Wike, 
alias Wicke, in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman. Lease for a year of a 
close called Atchington Leyes, alias " Eles his Great Leaze in Alkington." 
Witnesses : William Litton, John Redman and Edward Morse. 

Signatures of William Tippetts and Richard Tippetts. 



INDENTURE made 1 February 1681, between (i.) William 
Tippetts of Dursley, co. Gloucester, clothier, and Rebecca his wife and 
Richard Tippetts of Dursley, clothier, eldest son of the said William, 
and Sarah, wife of the said Richard Tippetts, and (ii.) William 
Curnocke of Wike, alias Goldwicke, in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman. 
Release to the said William Curnocke of a close called "Atchington 
leyes alias Eles his Great leaze " and another close called "Atchington 
leaze," which closes were purchased by the said William Tippetts (by 
indenture dated 29 May, 13 Charles II. [1661]) of Mary Purneli, 
spinster, sole daughter and heir of John Purnell, late of Wike in 
Northnibley, gent., deceased. 



INDENTURE made n February 1681, between (i.) John Smith of 
Heathfield in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) Edward Saniger of Saniger in 
Berkeley, gent. Conveyance of an acre of land in Atchington field in 
Berkeley adjoining on the west side to a close late of one Thomas 
Saniger and now of the said Edward Saniger. Witnesses : Arthur 
Neale, John Lasborough and Joseph Yeoman. 

Deed endorsed "John Smiths conveyance of an Acre in Achington 
to Edward Saniger seifi which I giue to my sonne William Saniger." 



INDENTURE made 30 April 16S6, between (i.) Daniel Webb of 
Chipping Sodbury, co. Gloucester, mercer, and (ii.) William Cornocke 
of Alkington, yeoman. Exchange of meadow ground called the 
Laggotts in Barkely for a close of meadow ground called Little Brooke 
Meade in Alkington. Witnesses: Thomas Withers, Maurice Oswald, 
and Richard Wastfeild. 

Signature of Daniel Webb. 



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PARCHMENT COPY OF WILL of Elizabeth Seagar of Alveston, 
co. Gloucester, widow. To daughter Sarah, wife of Thomas Noyes, 20 s . 
To grandchild Sarah Smith 220 1 at marriage or 21 years, with a spruce 
chest, six silver spoons, one silver bowle, the best bed and all wearing 
apparel, the same to be delivered to kinsman Thomas Lynke to be 
kept for her. If she die unmarried or under age her legacies to remain 
to grandchild Samuel Smith, who is made residuary legatee. Kinsmen 
Thomas Lynke of Oldbury, Thomas Webb of Buckover and Henry 
Heathfield of Pedington to be exors. Witnesses : Elizabeth Knight, 
William Cosham and Robert Thurston, junior. Dated 27 December 
1689. 



COUNTERPART OF INDENTURE made 15 March i6f|, 
between (i.) Richard Gwynne of Swansey, co. Glamorgan, gent., and 
Mary his wife (sole daughter and heir of Thomas Cam, late of Newport 
in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, gent., deceased), and (ii.) Peter Langham 
of Berkeley, broadweaver. The said Peter hath surrendered up an 
indenture of lease dated 10 March i68f, of the messuages and lands 
hereinafter mentioned which he had for the lives of John Phillipps of 
Crom Hall, yeoman, and James and William Phillipps his sons. Lease 
of a messuage in Newport in Berkeley for the lease of the said Peter 
and of Elizabeth his now wife and of John Cole, son of Daniel Cole of 
Northnibly, blacksmith. Witnesses : John Rous, Daniel Cole, and 
William Vidler. 

Signature of Peter Langham. 



INDENTURE made 25 March 1692, between (i.) Nicholas Drewe 
of Hawksbury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Joane his wife, one of the 
daughters of John Wyther, late of Wicke in Alkington in Berkley, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman, deceased, and (ii.) Samuel Trotman of Wicke, yeo- 
man. Lease for a year of lands in Bainham field in Alkington, &c., which 
with other things were, by indenture dated 30 June, 12 James I. [16 14], 
purchased by Thomas Holben of Bristol, baker, from Francis Nevell of 
Keyner, co. Sussex, esquire, Edward Nevell his son and heir apparent, 
and Henry Nevell of Bedminster, esquire, and since descended to 
Thomas Holben as son and heir to Thomas Holben his then late 
father deceased, who became seized thereof as brother and heir to the 
said Thomas Holben hereinbefore first named, of whom the said John 
Wyther purchased the same by indenture dated 24 August, 27 
Charles II. [1675]. The said John Wyther, by will dated 24 April 
1678, gave the premises to his daughter Joane. Witnesses : John 
Biddle, Miles Huntley, and Ste. Compeer. 

Signatures of Nicholas Drew and Joaen Drew. Nicholas Drew seals 
with a seal of Arms : Six roundels, two, two and two, on a chief embattled 
a label. Crest : An arm embowed brandishing a sword. 

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INDENTURE made 26 March 1692, between (i.) Nicholas Drewe 

of Hawksbury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Joane his wife, one of the 
daughters of John Wither, late of Wick in the tithing of Alkington in 
Berkeley, yeoman, deceased, and (ii.) Samuell Trottman of Wick, 
yeoman, being a conveyance to the said Samuel of land in Baynham 
field in Alkington, bought by the said John Wyther 24 August, 27 Charles 
II. [1675], ar, d devised by him to the said Joane in his will dated 24 
April 1678. Witnesses: John Biddle, Miles Huntley and Ste. Compeer. 

Signatures of Nicholas Drew and Jouen Drew. Nicholas Drew seals 
with a seal'of Arms '.'Six roundels, two, two and two, on a chief embattled 
a label. Crest : An arm embowed brandishing a sword. 




COPY OF AN INDENTURE made 20 December 1693, between 
(i.) Thomas Oldfield of Bristol, gent, surviving trustee and exor of 
Thomas Cam late of Newport in Berkeley, gent., deceased, and Richard 
Gwyne of Swansey, in Glamorgan, gent., and Mary his wife, sole daughter 
and heir of the said Thomas Cam, and (ii.) Peter Langham of Newport, 
broadweaver. Release, following lease for one year, of a messuage and 
close in Newport 

INDENTURE made 26 January 1696, between (i.) Robert 
Curnocke, senior, of Northnibley, co. Gloucester, rugmaker, and (ii.) 
William Smyth of London, gent, and Edward Marling of Workely 
in Wottonunderedge, co. Gloucester, yeoman. The said Robert 
Curnocke, in consideration of a marriage to be had between Edmund 
Curnocke, second son of the said Robert, and Margaret Hannis of 
Northnibley, widow, and for a jointure for the said Margaret, releases 
to the said William and Edward two messuages and certain lands in 
Berkeley which he purchased of one Richard Smyth and Sarah his 
wife, to hold the same to the use of the said Edmund and Margaret 
and the heirs of their bodies, &c. Witnesses : Robert Cornock junior, 
Joseph (x) Gillings and Thomas Filpot. 

Signatures of Edward Marling and Edmund Cornock. 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of William Curnock of 
Rugbagg in the parish of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman. I give to 
my daughters Sarah, Elizabeth, Hester, Mary and Joane two closes of 
pasture ground in Berkeley called Aldingtons Lyes and a close called 
the New Close, the same to remain to my eldest son [William] if he pay 
^300 to my said daughters within two years after he shall come to the 
age of 2 1 years. To John and Nicholas my youngest sons a tenement and 
lands in Alkington. My brother Nicholas Curnock and sister Elizabeth 
Wilkins. Residue to wife Hester Curnock, my executrix. Overseers : My 
brother Nicholas Curnock and brother-in-law John Taylor. Witnesses: 
John Pinfold and Anna Pcarce. Dated 20 February 1696. 

Proved 1 June 1697, by executrix {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 

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PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of Joane Lawrence of Oldbury 
upon Seaverne in Thornbury, co. Gloucester, widow. To be buried in 
churchyard of Thornbury near late husband Guy Lawrence. To my 
kinsman James Wilkins, son of John Wilkins, deceased, my messuage 
and lands in Oldbury and Moorton in Thornbury, lately purchased of 
Sir Edward Acton, bart, charged with payment of legacies [specified] to 
Elizabeth Wilkins his mother, to Elizabeth Colborne, daughter of 
my kinsman William Stones, to Mary Nelmes, sister to my kinsman 
John Stones, to Margaret Bartlett my brother's daughter, to my servant 
Mary Champneys, to the eight children of my kinsman William 
Curnock, deceased (one of them being William Curnock, whose mother 
and sister Joane are named), to the three children of Joane, late wife 
of William Baker of Crocksmarsh, to Jane, late wife of Nicholas 
Curnock, to the three children of my kinsman Thomas Gunter, deceased, 
to kinsman John Hewett the elder, to Mary, wife of Thomas Davis of 
Thornbury, to my sister-in-law Elizabeth Johnson, her son George 
Johnson and her daughters Elizabeth Grove and Mary Millard, to my 
servant Joseph Smyth, to my cousin Edward Bartlett, to my kinsman 
John Stones and his children, to my kinswoman Hester Curnock (a 
minor), to the three daughters (minors) of my kinswoman Elizabeth 
Wilkins. Residue to said James Wilkins, exor. Richard Packer and 
John Cooksey to be overseers. Witnesses : Joseph Smith, Thomas 
Andrews, John French and Robert Thurston. Dated 14 October 1709. 

Proved 24 October 17 10, by exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 



INDENTURE made 10 January 17 11, between (i.) William 
Cornocke of Wicke in Alkington in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, 
and (ii.) John Mabbott of Cowley, co. Gloucester, yeoman. Lease of a 
close of pasture ground called Atchington Leyes, alias " Eles his Great 
Leaze," &c, for a thousand years at a peppercorn rent by way of 
mortgage. Witnesses : John Browning, Edward Morse and Edward 
Morse junior. 

Signature of William Cornock. Memorandum on the dorse that 
William Cornock covenants to deliver up deeds of lease and release 
dated 31 January and 1 February 1681, whereby William Cornock, 
father of the said William Cornock, purchased the premises in fee of 
William Tippetts and others. 



INDENTURE Tripartite dated 8 May 17 n, made between (i.) 
William Curnock of Goldwick in Alkington in Berkely, co. Gloucester, 
yeoman, eldest son and heir of William Curnock, late of the same, 
yeoman, deceased, and Hester Curnock of Goldwick, widow, mother of 
the said William Curnock the son, and (ii.) John Taylor, alias Rodman, 
of Hilsley in the parish of Hawksbury, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
Ralph Pearce of Hill, alias Hull, in the same county, yeoman, and 
(iii.) Mary Pearce, spinster, eldest daughter of the said Ralph Pearce. 



Settlement before the marriage of the said William Curnock and Mary 
Pearce. Conveyance to the said Taylor and Pearce of a messuage and 
lands in Alkington in trust for the said William Curnock and Mary 
Pearce, &c, subject to a life annuity payable to the said Hester Curnock. 
Witnesses : Rachaell Bull, Edward Pearce and James Wilkins. 

Signatures of William Cornock, Hester Cornock, Ralph (x) Pearce 
and Mary Pearce. All the parties seal with an armorial seal. Arms : 
Ermine a cross couped. 



INDENTURE made 10 February 1712, between (i) George 
Huntley of Bristol, sadler, and (ii.) William Burcombe of Berkeley, 
yeoman. Grant of a close called Dorley in Alkington in Berkeley for 
the residue of a term of 99 years determinable upon the death of 
Miles Huntley, brother of the said George, whereof the said George is 
possessed under a lease granted by the Lord Berkeley. Witnesses: 
Thomas Prous and Theophilus Jones. 

Signature of George Huntley. Seal of Arms : A crowned eagle. 



INDENTURE made 2 March 17 13, between (i.) Dorothy Humfrey 
of Cam, co. Gloucester, widow, and Nathaniel Humfrey of the Inner 
Temple, London, esquire, her son and heir apparent, and (ii.) William 
Curnock of Gold Wick in Berkeley, yeoman. Lease for a year of a 
messuage and close in Gold Wick. Witnesses : John Butcher, John 
Cole, Elizabeth Humfrey and William Hill. 

Signatures of Dorothy Humfrey and Nathaniel Humfrey, who each 
seal with an armorial seal. Arms : A cross trefly, with three roundels at 
each of the ends. Crest : A bird rising, Humfrey. 



INDENTURE made 30 May 17 13, between (i.) Elizabeth Langham, 
widow of Peter Langham, late of Newport in Berkeley, broadweaver, 
deceased, and Elizabeth Langham, spinster, daughter and heir of the 
said Peter, and (ii.) Henry Head, vicar of Berkeley, being a release to 
the said Henry Head of a close of pasture ground in Newport aforesaid 
or Swanly. Witnesses : James Wilkins, Henry (x) Jennings, Thomas 
Rous and Richard Venn. 

The said Elizabeth Langham and her daughter both sign with a mark. 



INDENTURE made 1 June 1713, between (i.) Daniel Cole of 
Northnibley. co. Gloucester, blacksmith, and Elizabeth Langham, 
widow of Peter Langham, deceased, and Elizabeth her daughter, and 
(ii.) Henry Head, clerk, vicar of Berkeley. The said Peter, by indenture 
dated 26 March 1691, leased to the said Daniel a messuage and lands 
for the lives of the said Peter and Elizabeth his wife and John Cole, son 
of the said Daniel Cole, upon trust for the said Elizabeth Langham, 
widow (the surviving life). Conveyance of close called Perry Croft to 
said Henry Head for the remainder of the life of the said Elizabeth. 
Witnesses : James Wilkins and Thomas Rous. 

Signatures of all the parties, the said Elizabeth and her daughter 
signing with a mark. 

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INDENTURE made 25 January 17 14, between (i.) John Partridge 
of Dursley, co. Gloucester, mercer, eldest son and heir-at-law of John 
Partridge, late of the same, mercer, deceased, and (ii.) William Curnock 
of Goldwick in Berkeley, yeoman. Release (following lease for one 
year dated 24 January 17 14) of eight acres of land in Bainham Field in 
Alkington in Berkeley, which the said John Partridge, deceased, 
purchased of Thomas Wythers, son of John Wythers late of Newport in 
Berkely. Witnesses : Thomas Peirce, James Wilkins and Stephen 
Compeer. 

Signature of John Partridge. 



RELEASE AND QUITSCLAIM by Anne Partridge of Dursley, 
co. Gloucester, widow and relict of John Partridge late of the same, 
mercer, deceased, to William Curnock of Goldwick in Berkeley, 
yeoman, of her dower and thirds in eight acres of land in Bainham 
Field in Alkington, formerly the lands of Thomas Wythers, late of the 
said John Partridge and now of the said William Curnock. Dated 25 
January 17 14. Witnesses : Thomas Peirce and James Wilkins. 

Signature of Anne Partridge. Seal of Arms : Ermine, a cross couped. 



INDENTURE made 3 March 17 if, between (i.) Dorothy Humfrey 
of Cam, co. Gloucester, widow, and Nathaniel Humfrey of the Inner 
Temple, London, esquire, her son and heir apparent, and (ii.) William 
Curnock of Gold Wick in the parish of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, 
yeoman, being a conveyance to the said William of a messuage and 
close at Gold Wick aforesaid. Witnesses : John Butcher, John Cole, 
Eliz. Humfrey and William Hill. 

Signatures of Dorothie Humfrey and Nathaniel Humfrey. Mother 
and son use the same armorial seal : A cross trefiy, with three roundels 
at each of the ends. Crest : A bird rising, Humfrey. 




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INDENTURE made 22 March 17 14, between (i.) Samuel Trotman 
of Wick in the tithing of Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) 
William Burcomb of Alkington. Feoffment of land in Bainham Field 
in Alkington, late in the occupation of Nicholas Drew and Joan his 
wife and now in the tenure of the said Samuel Trotman, by virtue of 
indentures of lease and release dated 25 and [26] March 1692. 
Witnesses : William Cornock and James Wilkins. 

Signature (by mark) of Samuel Trotman. Seal of Arms : Ermine, 
a cross cotiped. 



INDENTURE made 22 March 17 14, between (i.) Samuel Trotman 
of Wick in Alkington tithing in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) William 
Curnock of Goldwick in Alkington. Conveyance of one acre of land 
in Bainham Field in Alkington purchased by the said Samuel Trotman 
by indentures of lease and release dated 25 and [26] March, 4 William 
and Mary [1692], of Nicholas Drew and Joan his wife. Witnesses: 
William Burcombe and James Wilkins. 

Signature of Samuel (x) Trotman. 



INDENTURE made 4 November 17 14, between (i.) Samuel Smith 
of Alkington in Berkeley, " cordwinder," and (ii.) William Curnock of 
Rugbag in Berkeley, gentleman. Release (following lease for one year 
dated the day before) of a reversion of grounds in Baynham Field in 
Alkington, now in the possession of the said William Curnock as 
tenant to Joseph Smith (brother to the said Samuel Smith), who holds 
the same for life under the will of John Smith, deceased, brother of the 
said Joseph and Samuel. Witnesses : William Burcombe, John Smyth, 
and Nicholas Bedggood. 

Signature of Samuel Smith. 



INDENTURE made 29 February 17 15, between (i.) Thomas Pearce 
of Holts in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) William Curnock of Goldwick in 
Alkinkton, yeoman. Conveyance of land in Bainham Field in 
Alkinkton in Berkeley, which, with a messuage and other lands, the 
said Thomas Pearce purchased by indentures of lease and release 
(dated 19 and 20 May, last past) of Walter Stephens, esquire. 
Witnesses : William Burcombe and Ralph Pearce. 

Signature of Thomas Pearce. 



INDENTURE made 29 February 1715, between (i.) Thomas 
Pearce of Holts in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) William Burcomb of 
Alkington, yeoman. Conveyance of half an acre in Bainham Field 
lately purchased by the said Thomas Pearce (with a messuage and 
other lands) of Walter Stephens, esquire. Witnesses : William Cornock 
and Ralph Pearce. 

Signature of Thomas Pearce. 

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INDENtURE made 26 March 1715, between (i.) Sarah Wiltshire 
of Newport in Berkeley, widow, and (ii.) William Burcomb of Wick in 
Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman. Conveyance of two half-acres of land 
in Bainham Field in Alkington purchased by the said Sarah Wiltshire 
by indentures of lease and release dated 31 October and 1 November 
1705, from John Tyther. Witnesses: James Wilkins and Stephen 
Compeer. 

Signature of Sarah Wiltshire. 



INDENTURE made 5 April 17 15, between William Burcomb of 
Wick in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) Samuel Trotman of 
the same, yeoman. Counterpart of conveyance of a piece of land in 
Ryham field in Alkington. Witnesses : James Wilkins and Stephen 
Compeer. 

Signature of Samuel Trotman (who signs with a mark). 



INDENTURE made 5 April 17 15, between (i.) William Curnock 
of Goldwick in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) William 
Burcomb of Wick in Alkington, yeoman. Exchange of lands in 
Bainham Field. Witnesses : James Wilkins and Stephen Compeer. 

Signature of William Burcombe. 



INDENTURE made 18 April 1715, between (i.) Edward Saniger 
of Saniger within the parish of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, gent., only 
brother and heir of William Saniger late of Hinton in the same parish, 
gent., deceased, and John Saniger of Saniger, gent., eldest son and heir 
apparent of the said Edward, and (ii.) William Curnock of Goldwick in 
Berkeley, yeoman. Lease for one year of a messuage called Gooding 
House with four closes in Alkington in Berkeley. Witnesses : James 
Wilkins and Stephen Compeer. 

Signatures of Edward Saniger and John Saniger. 



INDENTURE made 19 April 17 15, between (i.) Edward Saniger 
of Saniger in Berkeley, gent., only brother and heir to William Saniger 
late of Hinton in Berkeley, gent., deceased, and John Saniger of 
Saniger, gent., eldest son and heir apparent of the said Edward Saniger, 
and (ii.) William Curnock of Goldwick in the same parish, yeoman. 
Release of a messuage or place where a messuage formerly stood called 
Gooding House near Berkeley Heath in Alkington with four closes of 
land belonging, &c. Witnesses : James Wilkins and Stephen Compeer. 

Signatures of Edward Saniger and John Saniger. 



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INDENTURE made 15 July 1715, between (i.) the Countess 
Dowager of Berkeley and (ii.) William Curnock of Rugbagg in Alkington 
in Berkeley, yeoman. The said William surrendering a lease dated 10 
October 1691, made to him for the lives of himself and his sister Hester, 
a new lease is made to him. Lease of lands in Bainham Field for lives 
of the said William, and William and Nicholas his sons. Witnesses : 
William Hickman and Thomas Rous. 

Signature of Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Berkeley. 




BOND dated 8 August 1717, wherein Josiah Graffton of Kingswood, 
co. Wilts, clothworker, is bound to surrender a close called Baynham 
Penings and an acre and a half of land in Baynham Field in Alkington 
in Berkeley parish, at the next Halmote Court for the manor of 
Alkington, to be regranted to William Curnock of Berkeley, yeoman. 
Witnesses : Samuel Wellington and Nicholas Webb. 

Signature of Josiah (x) Graffton. 



DEED of Thomas Pearce of Wick in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, 
yeoman, and James Wilkins of Wickwarr, co. Gloucester, gent. 
Controversies depending between Nicholas Cornock, yeoman, and 
Mary Cornock, widow, both of Goldwick in Berkeley, touching the 
title to a close called Baynham Penning, late in the tenure of Jane 
Cornock, widow, and other lands in Alkington, the said Pearce and 
Wilkins as arbitrators appointed for the purpose award that the said 
close shall be surrendered up at the next Hallimot Court of the manor 
by the said Mary to the said Nicholas, the said Mary is adjudged to 
have her freebank in another close named. Dated 29 May 1721. 
Witnesses: John Rickets and Daniel Pope. 

Signatures of Thomas Pearce and James Wilkins. 



INDENTURE made 1 December 1723, between (i.) Nicholas 
Cornock of Goldwick in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
Richard Hickes of Charfeild, co. Gloucester, gent., and Thomas Pearce 
of Wick in Berkeley, yeoman, trustees and devisees under the will of 
William Cornock late of Ruggbagg in Berkeley, yeoman, deceased, late 
brother of the said Nicholas Cornock, for sale of a messuage, closes 
and lands hereinafter named, and (ii.) Mary Cornocke of Ruggbagg, 
widow. Lease for a year of Gooding House and four closes and other 
lands in Alkington which the said William Cornock by his will dated 
22 April 1718, devised to the said trustees. Witnesses: Edward 
Pearce and James Wilkins. 

Signatures of Nicholas Cornock, Richard Hickes and Thomas 
Pearce. 

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INDENTURE made 3 December 1723, between (i.) Mary Cornock 
of Ruggbagg in Berkeley, widow, and (ii.) Thomas Pearce of Wick, 
yeoman. Lease for 1,000 years of Gooding House at Berkeley Heath 
in Alkington and certain closes late of William Cornock, deceased, 
husband of the said Mary, which the said Mary, by indentures of lease 
and release dated 1 and 2 December 1723, purchased of Nicholas 
Cornocke, John Hickes and Thomas Pearce. The above lease is as 
security for the payment of £100. Witnesses : Edward Pearce and 
James Wilkins. 

Signature of Mary Cornock. 



ATTESTED COPY OF THE WILL of Henry Head, vicar of 
Berkeley. To my three daughters Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah Head 
£600 each. To wife Mary for life my leasehold estates in Berkeley, 
with remainder to my said daughters. To my son Henry Head my 
freehold estate and lands in Berkeley. Residue between said wife and 
son, my exors. Witnesses : Maurice Smith, Robert Marklove and 
John Onion. Dated 7 February 1727. 



INDENTURE made 10 April 1729, between (i.) Daniel Pope of 
Wicke in Alkington tithing in Berkeley, son and heir of John Pope of 
Wicke, yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir of Daniel Pope of the 
same place, yeoman, also deceased, and (ii.) Edward Weigh of dinger 
in Cam, co. Gloucester, yeoman. Lease for a thousand years, by way 
of mortgage, of a house and lands in Wicke. Witnesses : Elizabeth 
Morse and Hannah Morse. 

Signature of Daniel Pope. Seal of Arms : A battle-axe between 
three roundels. Crest : Two battle-axes crossed in saltire through a 
garland, Morse. 



INDENTURE made 5 May 1731, between (i.) Benjamin Bennett 
of Wick in Alkington, baker, and (ii.) Daniel Pope of Wick, baker. 
Release of a house and garden with a close called the Wheat Close in 
Wick. Witnesses : Stephen (x) Watts and John Morse. 

Signature of Benjamin Bennett. Armorial seal. Arms : A battle- 
axe between three roundels. Crest : Two battle-axes crossed in saltire 
through a garland, Morse. 



INDENTURE made 6 May 1731, between (i.) Daniel Pope of 
Wick in Alkington in Berkeley, co. Gloucester (son and heir of John 
Pope of Wick, yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir of Daniel Pope 
of Wick, yeoman, deceased), and (ii.) Edward Weight of Clinger in 
Cam, co. Gloucester, yeoman. Mortgage of a messuage and lands in 
Wick. Witnesses : Stephen Watts and John Morse. 

Signature of Daniel Pope, who seals with an armorial seal. Arms : A 
battle-axe between three roundels. Crest : Two battle-axes crossed in 
saltire through a garland, Morse. 



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INDENTURE made 7 August 1732, between (i.) Robert Burcome 
of Wick in Berkeley, clothier, son and heir of William Burcome late of 
Wick, yeoman, deceased, and (ii.) William Pearce of Wick, gentleman. 
Release (following lease for one year dated the day before) of land in 
Baynum Field. Witnesses : Samuel Bennet, John Catch and John 
Summer. 

Signature of Robert Burcombe. Armorial seal. Arms : A saltire 
engrailed, thereon an escutcheon charged with a cross. Crest : A moor's 
head erased, Morris. 



INDENTURE made 27 August 1734, between (i.) Jqhn Moor of 
Ambersley, co. Worcester, innholder, and Elizabeth his wife (one of the 
daughters of William Burcombe, late of Wick in Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman, deceased), and (ii.) William Pearce of Wick, gent. 
Lease of a moiety of land in Baynum field in Alkington in Berkeley, 
which were devised to the said Elizabeth and to Sarah Johnson her 
sister by the will of their said father. Witnesses : Laurence Price and 
William Forster. 

Signatures of John Moor and Elizabeth Moor. The said John and 
Elizabeth each seal with the same seal of Arms : A battle-axe between 
three roundels. Crest : Two battle-axes crossed in saltire through a 
garland, Morse. 



INDENTURE made 3 April 1735, between (i.) Daniel Pope of 
Wick in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) Edward Weight of 
Clingre in Cam, co. Gloucester, yeoman. Additional mortgage upon a 
house and lands in the possession of the said Daniel Pope for a further 
loanofp^i9 13s. Witnesses: Robert Long and Benjamin Bennett. 

Signature of Daniel Pope. 



INDENTURE made 3 April 1735, between (i.) Nicholas Cornock 
of Blanchworth in the parish of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and 
(ii.) William Cornock of Goldwick in the parish of Berkeley, yeoman, 
nephew of the said Nicholas, being a lease for one year to the said 
William of a cottage and land in Wick in Berkeley parish, late in the 
possession of Hester Cornock, mother of the said Nicholas, who 
purchased the same from Laurence Rutt and Mary his wife and John 
Nelmc and Susannah his wife, and devised the same by will to the said 
Nicholas. Witnesses : Margareta Whittock and John Whittock. 

Signature of Nicholas Cornock. Seal of Arms : Two bars and a 
lion passant in chief. Crest : A demi-lion. 



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INDENTURE made 4 April 1735, between (i.) Nicholas Cornock 
of Blanch worth in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) William Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, yeoman (nephew of the said Nicholas). Release, 
following lease for one year, of a close in Wick in Berkeley (adjoining 
land in the possession of Mary Cornock, widow, mother of the said 
William) with a messuage or cottage built thereon, which premises were 
late in the possession of Hester Cornock, mother of the said Nicholas, 
who purchased the same from Laurence Rutt and Mary his wife and 
John Nelme and Susanna his wife, and gave the same by her will to her 
son Nicholas Cornock. Witness : Margareta Whittock. 

Signature of Nicholas Cornock who seals with an armorial seal. 
Arms : Two bars and a lion passant in chief. Crest : A demi-lion. 



INDENTURE made 18 November 1736, between (i.) Daniel Pope 
of Wick in Alkington in Berkeley, baker (son and heir of John Pope, 
late of Wick, yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir of Daniel Pope 
of Wick, yeoman, deceased), and Susannah his wife, and (ii) Edward 
Weight of Clingre in Cam, co. Gloucester, yeoman. Deed of uses of a 
fine to be levied unto the said Edward Weight of a messuage and lands 
in Wick for assuring the fee simple to the said Edward Weight and his 
heirs. Witnesses : William Jones and John Morse. 

Signature of Daniel Pope, who seals with an armorial seal. Arms : 
A saltire engrailed, thereon an escutcheon charged with a cross. Crest : 
A moor's head erased, Morris. 



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INDENTURE made 18 November 1736, between (i.) Daniel Pope 
of Wick in Alkington in Berkeley, baker, son and heir of John Pope 
late of Wick, yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir of Daniel 
Pope late of Wick, yeoman, deceased, and (ii.) Edward Weight of 
Clingre in Cam, yeoman. Release (following lease for one year dated 
the day before) of a messuage and close and other lands in Wick. 
Witnesses : William Jones and John Morse. 

Signature of Daniel Pope who seals with a seal of Arms : A saltire 
engrailed, thereon an escutcheon charged with a cross. Crest : A moor's 
head erased, Morris. 



CHIROGRAPH of a fine made in Easter, 10 George II. [1737], 
between Edward Weight, plaintiff, and Obadiah Webb and Mary his wife, 
Daniel Pope and Susannah his wife, and Jeremiah Pegler and Judith his 
wife, deforciants of three messuages, three cottages, four gardens, three 
orchards, one acre of land, seven acres of pasture and common of 
pasture in Horsley, Tetbury, Wick and the parish of Berkeley. 



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INDENTURE made 23 August 1737, between (i.) Richard 
Wallington the elder of Wottonunderedge, co. Gloucester, clothier, 
Paul Castelman of Horseley, co. Gloucester, esquire, and John 
Wallington of Wottonunderedge, clothier, eldest son of the said Richard 
Wallington, and (ii.) Richard Wallington the younger of Horseley, 
clerk (younger son of the said Richard AVallington the elder), and 
Alicia his wife. Articles of agreement are recited as having been 
made between (i.) the said Richard Wallington the elder and Richard 
Wallington the younger, and (ii.) Jonathan Castelman of Painswick, co. 
Gloucester, esquire, and Alicia Wallington, aforesaid (by the name of 
Alicia Castelman), daughter of the said Jonathan Castelman), and (iii.) 
the said Paul Castelman and John Wallington, concerning a marriage 
then to be had between the said Richard Wallington the younger and 
Alicia Castelman. Conveyance of a toft and close called Crawley Leys 
in Berkeley (which Edward Pleydell the younger and Mary his wife 
with Edward Pleydell his father and Penelope his wife lately sold to the 
said Richard Wallington the elder) to the uses of the said Richard 
Wallington the younger and Alicia his wife and their issue, &c. 
Witnesses : S. Castelman and John Whittock. 

Signatures of Richard Wallington, Paul Castelman, Richard 
Wallington, jun r , and Alicia Wallington. 



INDENTURE made 27 September 1737, between (i.) William 
Pearce of Wick in Berkeley, gentleman, and (ii.) Mary Cornock of 
Rugbagg in Berkeley, widow, and William and Nicholas Cornock her 
sons, both of Rugbagg aforesaid. A former indenture is recited as 
having been made 5 April 17 15, between (i.) William Cornock late of 
Goldwick, yeoman, deceased, late husband of the said Mary, and 
(ii.) William Burcomb late of Wick, yeoman, now also deceased, being 
an exchange of lands in Bainham Field in Berkeley, the said William 
Cornock afterwards purchasing the exchanged lands from Robert 
Burcomb, son and heir of the said William Burcomb, and of Sarah 
Johnson, widow, and John Moor and Elizabeth his wife, the said Sarah 
and Elizabeth being daughters of the said William Burcomb. Release 
(following a lease for one year dated the day before) of lands in Bainham 
Field in Berkeley. Witnesses : John Whittock and William Pace. 

Signature of William Pearce. 



INDENTURE made 13 January 1741, between (i.) John Shipway 
of Rod borough, co. Gloucester, clothier, and (ii.) Nicholas Cornock of 
Goldwick in the tithing of Alkington in the parish of Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman. Release to the said Nicholas Cornock of a piece 
of ground called the New Tyning in Alkington. Witnesses : J. Heart 
and Daniel Heart. 

Signature of John Shipway. The indentures of lease for one year 
are dated 12 January 1 741, and signed by the said John Shipway. 

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INDENTURE made 29 March 1748, between (i.) Edward Weight 
of Clingre in Cam, co. Gloucester, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and (ii.) 
Nicholas Cornock of Ruggbagg in Berkeley, yeoman. Release 
(following lease for one year dated the day before) of a messuage 
with a garden and orchard and lands in Wick in Berkeley. Witnesses : 
William Cornock and John Whittock. 

Signatures of Edward Weight and Mary (x) Weight. 



COPY OF AN EXTRACT FROM THE WILL of the Rev. 
Henry Head of Cranford, co. Middlesex, clerk, dated 29 October 1748, 
and proved (P.C.C.) by Rev. Stephen jenner and Sarah his wife, the 
exors, whereby the testator gave all his lands and tenements to his 
sister Sarah Jenner. 



RELEASE by Mary Cornock of Ruggbagg in Berkeley, spinster 
(daughter of William Cornock of the same, yeoman, deceased), 
to William Cornock, her brother, of a legacy of ^200 which the 
said William -Cornock, the father, gave by his will dated 22 April 
1 7 18, to his said daughter Mary, to be paid her at her age of 21 
years, unless his wife Mary should be with child at the time of 
her death, in which case such child should share the legacy. 
The said William Cornock gave to his son William a messuage 
and lands in Alkington (parcel of which lands were purchased by 
William Cornock, father of the testator of Richard and William 
Tippetts), chargeable with the payment of the said legacy, the said 
William, the son, surrendering his right in certain lands devised to his 
brother Nicholas, and the testator's mother Hester Cornock having a 
life interest in the premises until the said William came to his age of 23 
years. The testator's wife was not with child, and the said Mary came 
of age some years since, and the said William, the son, hath some time 
since attained his age of 23 years and the said Hester Cornock is dead. 
Dated 21 August 1750. Witnesses: Nicholas Cornock and John 
Whittock. 

Signature of Mary Cornock. 



INDENTURES OF LEASE AND RELEASE, the former 
bearing date 24 July 1758, and the latter bearing date 25 July 1758, 
and made between (i.) William Tratman of Alkington in Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman, and Martha his wife, and (ii.) Nicholas Cornock 
of Goldwick in Alkington, yeoman. Conveyance of Prestmead in 
Alkington. Witnesses : John Whittock and Michael Smith, his servant. 

Signed with the mark of William Tratman. 

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INDENTURE Tripartite made 24 July 1758, between (i.) Nicholas 
Cornock of Goldwick in Alkington in Berkeley, yeoman, and (ii.) 
William Tratman of Alkington, yeomart, and (iii.) John Cornock of 
Blanchworth in Alkington, yeoman, kinsman to the said Nicholas 
Cornock. An indenture made 5 April 1743 is recited, whereby the 
said William Tratman mortgaged to the said Nicholas Cornock, 
amongst other lands, a piece of ground in Prestmead in Alkington for a 
term of 1,000 years. The said Nicholas now assigns the said 
mortgage to the said John Cornock in trust to attend the fee. 
Witnesses: John Whittock and Michael Smith. 

Signatures of Nicholas Cornock and of John Cornock (who signs 
with a mark). 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of Mary Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, widow. To my youngest son 
Nicholas Cornock three closes called the Heath Grounds in Alkington, 
purchased of my late brother-in-law Mr. Nicholas Cornock and others, 
devisees in trust under the will of my late husband William Cornock, 
deceased, and my pieces of lands in Alkington purchased of Robert 
Burcombe and his sisters, for the remainder of the term. To my 
daughter Mary Cornock for life my close called Small Mead in 
Alkington, with remainder to my son Nicholas in trust to preserve the 
contingent remainders to the use of the heirs of the body of the said 
Mary, with remainder, in default of such, to William Cornock, eldest 
son of my son William. My grandchildren William, Thomas, Nicholas, 
Sarah and Mary, children of my said son William. Residue to son 
Nicholas Cornock, exor. Witnesses : Joseph Minett, Samuel Hale and 
Harry Night. Dated 22 January 1761. 

Proved 18 June 1761, by the exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of Mary Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, spinster. To my eldest brother 
William Cornock ,£20 which he owes me. I give my two closes at 
Oldbury upon Severn in Thombury, co. Gloucester, to my brother Mr. 
Nicholas Cornock for life, with remainder to my nephew Thomas 
Cornock (son of my brother William Cornock), charged with payment of 
£100 to his brother Nicholas Cornock, my nieces Sarah and Mary 
Cornock, daughters of my brother William. The residue of my personal 
estate I give to the use of my brother Nicholas Cornock for life. After 
his death I give £100 each to William, Sarah and Mary Cornock, son 
and daughters of my brother William Cornock. Also after the death of 
the said Nicholas I give my part of the household goods of my late 
father to my nephew William Cornock, and the residue of my personal 
estate shall be at the disposal of my brother Nicholas Cornock, my 
exor. Witnesses : Joseph Minett, Thomas Maish and John Hodgson. 
Dated 27 September 1765. 

Proved 29 March 1766, by exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 

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PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of Nicholas Cornock of 
Oldbury upon Seavern in the parish of Thornbury in the county of 
Gloucester, yeoman. I give to my brother William Cornock a messuage 
in Thornbury with its garden and also certain cl&ses in Oldbury 
purchased by my late grandfather Thomas Link, deceased, and devised 
to me by his will, with all other my freehold and real estate. My sister 
Sarah, wife of William Collins, and Mary, wife of James Woodroffe. 
Residue to brother William Cornock, exor. Witnesses : J. Fewster, 
Henry Ludlow Strangways (apprentice to Mr. Fewster, and George 
Rolph. Dated 2 June 1776. 

Proved 28 November 1776, by exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of William Cornock of 
Oldbury upon Severn in the parish of Thornbury, co. Gloucester, 
yeoman. I give to my son Thomas a ruinous customary messuage, two 
orchards and two closes of ground in the manor of Thornbury. My 
daughters Sarah, wife of William Collins, and Mary Woodruffe. Residue 
to son William Cornock, my exor. Witnesses : Samuel Adams, Thomas 
Tray ham and George Rolph. Dated 9 July 1777. 

Proved 24 January 1778, by exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of Nicholas Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, co. Gloucester, yeoman. To my nephew William 
Cornock my copyhold estate at Oldbury upon Severne in Thornbury, 
co. Gloucester, he surrendering to his brother Thomas Cornock the 
closes called Captain's Grounds, which closes I charge with a payment 
of £200 to Susannah and Mary Woodruffe, daughters of my niece Mrs. 
Mary Woodruffe at 21 years or marriage. I give to my said nephew 
William Cornock all messuages, lands, &c, in Berkeley or elsewhere, 
and all my personal estate, charged with payment of ^300, to William 
Collins of Eastwood in Thornbury, yeoman. I charge my freehold 
messuage and lands in Alkington with a payment of £5 4s. yearly to 
my servant Martha Munday for her life. My nephew William Cornock 
to be exor. Witnesses : William (x) Munday, John (x) Munday and 
Thomas Pearce. Dated 20 September 1779. 

Proved 5 April 1780, by exor {Consistory Court of Gloucester). 



INDENTURE made 16 January 1784 between (i.) Sarah Johnson, 
widow (one of the daughters of William Burcombe late of Wick in 
Berkeley, yeoman, deceased), and (ii.) William Pearce of Wick, 
gentleman. Lease for 50 years of a moiety of lands in Baynham Field 
devised by the will of the said William Burcombe to the said Sarah and 
to Elizabeth her sister (now wife of John Moor). Witnesses : John 
Nowell and John Hopkins. 

Signature of " Sarah Johnston." Seal of Arms : A saltire engrailed, 
thereon an escutcheon charged with a cross. Crest : A moor's head erased, 
Morris. 



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INDENTURE made 23 September 1788, between (i.) the Reverend 
Stephen Jenner of Berkeley, clerk (eldest brother and heir-at law of 
Sarah Hayward late of Berkeley, widow, deceased, and (ii.) William 
Cornock of Goldwick in Berkeley, gent. Release (following indentures 
of lease for one year dated 22 September 1788) of a close lately called 
Perry Close and now called High Cross in Newport or Swanley in 
Berkeley parish, formerly the estate of Henry Head, late vicar of 
Berkeley, deceased, who gave the same by his will to his only son 
Henry Head late of Cranford, co. Middlesex, clerk, also deceased, who 
gave the same by his will to his niece Sarah Jenner, afterwards Hayward, 
who died intestate. Witnesses : Henry Jenner and Thomas Pearce. 

Signature of Stephen Jenner. 



PROBATE COPY OF THE WILL of William Cornock of 
Goldwick in the parish of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, gentleman. He 
gives to James Cook, now living at Gossington Hall in the parish of 
Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, whom he owns and acknowledges to be his 
illegitimate son, his manor of Gossington, alias Gosslington Hall, with 
the capital messuage and the farm house and its lands in Slimbridge 
and Cam which he lately purchased of James Pick, gent., subject to a 
payment of ^1,000 to testator's daughter Mary Cornock, and to 
another payment of ^"1,000 to testator's daughter Hester Cornock at 
her age of 21 years. To testator's eldest son William Cornock my 
messuage wherein testator dwells with its lands called Goldwick Estate, 
charged with a payment of ^1,100 to testator's daughter Susannah 
Cornock, and with an annuity of ^50 yearly, payable to Sarah Cornock 
the testator's wife. To testator's son Nicholas Cornock certain 
freehold and copyhold closes and lands in Oldbury-upon-Severn in 
Thornbury, co. Gloucester (whereon testator's brother Thomas Cornock 
is one of the tenants), charged with an annuity of ^30 to testator's wife. 
Testator names his daughter Sarah, wife of William Pearce, gent., and 
her children. Son William Cornock to be exor. Witnesses : George 
Rolph, Henry Cottrel and Solomon Kendal. Dated 17 December 1804. 
Codicil dated 12 April 1805, revoking legacy to daughter Sarah Pearce. 

Proved 15 February 1806, by exor (Consistory Court 0/ Gloucester). 



INDENTURE made 19 August 1806, between (i.) William Cornock 
of Blanchworth in Berkeley, gent., and (ii.) William Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, gent. Exchange of lands in Berkeley. 
Witnesses : Thomas Pearce and John Cornock. 

Signatures of William Cornock of Blanchworth and William Cornock 
of Goldwick. 



RECEIPT dated 26 August 1809, of Susanna Cornock for a legacy 
of ;£ 1,100 given her by the will of her father William Cornock of 
Goldwick in Berkeley, gent., who died 21 November 1805. William 
Cornock of Goldwick, gent., is the son and exor of the will of the said 
William Cornock, deceased. 



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ORDER OF EXCHANGE of lands in Alkington in Berkeley 
between Maurice Frederick Fitzhardinge, Lord Fitzhardinge of Berkeley 
Castle, co. Gloucester (claiming as of right to be Earl of Berkeley and 
Baron Berkeley), and William Cornock the elder of Newport, co. 
Gloucester, gentleman. Dated 28 September 1865. 



The documents from which the foregoing abstracts have been 
made are in the possession of Nicholas Cornock of 
Lillieshall Grove, Clapham Common, London, and 
Rainald William Knightley Goddard of Denmark Hill, 
London, who have kindly permitted the above to be 
printed. — F. A. C. 



INDENTURE made 10 May, 10 Charles I. [1634], between (i.) 
Edward Martyn of Upham, co. Wilts, esquire, Hugh Hawkins of 
Newbery, co. Berks, gent., and Anthony Martyn of Purton, co. Wilts, 
gent., and (ii.) Edward Goddard of Upham, esquire, John Doyley of 
Alborne, co. Wilts, esquire, Richard Goddard of Balden, co. Oxon, 
gent., and Henry Gearinge of Leachlade, co. Gloucester, mercer. 
A former indenture is recited as having been made 10 January, 14 
James I. [16 if], whereby the King conveyed to Sir Francis Bacon, his 
Attorney General and others, his manors, &c, of Alborne or Awburne 
Chase in co. Wilts, parcel of the possessions of the Duchy of Lancaster 
for a term of 99 years. The surviving lessees, by indenture dated 20 
June, 4 Charles I. [1628], granted the manor of Alborne for the residue 
of the term to William Williams and others, who by indenture of 
assignment dated 1 July, 7 Charles I. [1631], granted thereof two 
carucates with other lands in Snapp and Upham to the said Hugh 
Hawkins and Anthony Martyn, who now convey the same to the said 
parties named as of the second part. Witnesses : Henry Davison, 
Gabriel Martyn, William Jones, Thomas Stratton, Thomas Slade, 
Thomas Martyn and Samuel Brunsell. 

Signatures of Edward Martyn and Hugh Hawkins. [Seal of Arms : 
On a chevron between three cinquefoils (?) three escallops (?), Hawkins]. 



Goddard Family. 




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INDENTURE made 26 April 1686, between (i.) Alexander 
Thistlethwayte of Winterslowe, co. Wilts, esquire, and (ii.) Francis 
Goddard of Standen, co. Wilts, Francis Stonehouse of Great Bedwin, 
co. Wilts, esquires, and William Hearst of the Close of New Sarum, co. 
Wilts, and (ii.) Katherine Thistlethwayte, spinster, second daughter of 
the said Alexander Thistlethwayte. Release (following lease for one 
year dated the day before these presents) of the farm or grange called 
West Barnes and other messuages and lands in the parish of Frary, alias 
Witham Frary, in co. Somerset to the use of the said Alexander 
Thistlethwayte for life, with remainder to the use of the said Katharine 
Thistlethwayte, her heirs and assigns for ever. Witnesses : Jo. Powell, 
Daniel Yerbury, James Harris and William Foorder. 

Signatures of Alexander Thistlethwayte [Seal of Arms : TJiree 
arrows], Francis Goddard, Francis Stonehouse [Seal of Arms : On a 
/esse between three birds rising a leopard's liead between two molels, 
Stonehouse] and William Hearst [Seal of Arms : A sun in splendour, 
Hearst]. 

These two deeds are in the possession of Rainald William 
Knightley Goddard of Denmark Hill, London. — F. A. C. 



Sancroft Fainily. 

THIS INDENTURE made the sixteenth day of May in the 
fifteenth yeare of the reigne of our sovereigne Lord Charles the second 
by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King, 
Defender of the Faith &c, Betweene the most reverend Father in God 
William by divine providence Lord Arch Bishop of Canterbury primate 
of all England and Metropolitane of the one part, and Richard Aldworth 
of Hinton Pipard in the County of Wilts Esq r of the other part 
Witnesseth that the said most reverend Father for divers good causes 
and considerations him especially moving hath demised granted and to 
farme letten and by these presents for him and his successors doth 
demise grant and to farme let vnto the said Richard Aldworth, the 
Parsonage of Sholden in the County of Kent, and all houses Buildings 
Gleablands tythes profits Comodities and Emoluments, and other 
Appurtenances to the same parsonage belonging or apperteyning, And 
also the Manno r of Hull with the Appurtenances thereof in Sholden 
aforesaid, with all houses Lands and tenements to the Mannor aforesaid 
belonging or apperteining, Except and to the said Lord Arch Bishop 
and his sucesso rs alwayes reserved all rents of Assize suits of Court, and 
all that which to the Liberties of the said Lord Arch Bishop there 
apperteineth, And also excepted to the said Lord Arch Bishop and his 
Successors all Woods Vnderwoods Hedgerowes and grosse trees growing 1 
or to grow in and vpon the premises with free liberty to fell and carry 
away the same at all times convenient, And also excepted the Advouson 
of the Vicarage there To have and to hould the said parsonage and 



Mannor and all and every other the premises with all and singular their 
Appurtenances (Except before excepted) to the said Richard Aldworth 
his Executo rs and Assignes from the making of these p r sents vnto the 
full end and terme of twenty and one yeares from thence next ensuing, 
and fully to be compleate and ended. Yeilding and payeing therefore 
yearly during the said terme to the said Lord Arch Bishop and his 
successo rs the yearly rent of twenty and two pounds three shillings and 
fower pence of lawfull money of England at the feasts of S' Michaell 
the Archangell and th' anunciacon of y e blessed Virgin Mary by even 
portions to be payed at the mansion house or place where the said 
Lord Arch Bp or his successo rs shall inhabit or abide in the Counties of 
Surry or Kent when the same Farme or rent shall be due And if it 
happen the said yearly rent of twenty two pounds three shillings and 
fower pence to be behind vnpayed in part or in all by the space of six 
Weeks next after any of the said Feasts in which it ought to be payed 
in maner and forme abovesaid, and not payed at the place appoynted, 
That then and from thenceforth it shall be lawfull to and for the said 
Lord Arch Bishop and his successo rs into the said parsonage and 
Mannor, and other the premises with their Appurtenances to reenter, 
and the same to have againe repossesse and inioy as in his or their 
former Estate, and the said Richard Aldworth his Executo rs and 
Assignes thereof and of every parcell thereof with their Appurtenances 
to expell amove and put out Anything in these presents to the 
contrary notwithstanding. And the said Richard Aldworth for him his 
Executors and Assignes doth covenant and grant to and with the said 
Lord Arch Bp and his Successo rs by these presents at his and their 
owne proper costs and Charges to beare and pay all Waterscotts, rents 
payments and Charges now or hereafter going out of the premisses or 
any part thereof, And also at their like Costs and charges shall support 
and maintaine the said houses and buildings in and by all needfull and 
necessary reparations, And the said houses and buildings so sufficiently 
repaired during the terme aforesd shall leave and yield vp at the End 
of the said terme. And the said Lord Arch Bishop doth covenant 
promise and grant to and with the said Richard Aldworth his Executors 
Administrators and Assignes and every of them by these presents That 
he the said Richard Aldworth his Executors Administrators and Assignes 
shall or may for and vnder the Rent and Covenants aforesaid peaceably 
and quietly have houid occupie possess and inioy all and singular the 
premisses by these presents demised with their Appurtenances for and 
during the aforesaid terme of twenty and one yeares without any maner 
of let Eviction Expultion Interruption or Incumbrance to be had or 
made by him the said most reverend Father or by any other person or 
persons lawfully clayming from by or vnder him, or by his Assent 
Consent Meanes or Procurement. In Witnesse whereof the parties first 
above named to these present Indentures interchangeably have put 
their hands and seales the day and yeare first above written. 




Fro?n a deed in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abbott. 

Thomas, 90. 
Abraham. 

Mr., 89. 
Acton. 

Sir Edward, Bart., 107. 
Adams. 

Samuel, 119. 
Adamson. 

John, 70. 
Ady. 

Mrs., 77. 
Affleck. 

Colonel, 4. 
Akerman. 

Mrs., 46. 
Aldworth. 

Richard, 122, 123. 
Alexander. 

Dykes, 28. 

Hannah, 28. 
Allunt. 

Francis, 87. 
Alport. 

Thomas, 48. 
Alston. 

Mr., 70. 
Althame. 

Edward, 58. 

James, 58. 
Ancaster. 

Peregrine, Duke of, 38. 
Andrew, Andrews. 

John, 95. 

Phoebe, 45. 

Thomas, 107. 

William, 45. 
Androse. 

Mathew, 97. 

Maurice, 97. 
Angle. 

Edward, 89. 
Anglesey. 

Henry William, Marquess of, 66. 
Anne. 

Queen of England, 20. 



Anstis. 

John, 55, 59, 60. 

Appleby. 

Elizabeth, 75. 
Apthorp. 

Charles, 43. 

Rebecca, 43. 
Archard. 

John, 102. 

William, 98-IOO, 102. 
Archdeacon. 
John, 30. 

Arden. 

Lady, 4. 

Lord, 4. 
Argles. 

Henry, 6. 

John, 6. 

Arnold. 

Edward, 90. 
Arran. 

Arthur, Earl of, 66. 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 66. 
Arscott. 

Eliza, 36. 
Atcherley. 

Andrew, 37. 

Ann, 37. 

Eleanor, 37. 

Jane, 37. 

Mary, 37. 

Richard, 37. 

Sara, 37. 

Thomas, 37. 
Atkines. 

Robert, 98. 
Aufild. 

William, 96. 
Aylworth. 

Margaret, I. 

Walter, I. 

Babb. 

Edward, 92. 
Bache. 

Thomas, 62. 



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Bacon. 

Sir Francis, 121. 

Bagot 

Sir William, Bart., 39. 

Baker. 

Joane, 107. 

Louis Alexander, 44, 45. 
Mary, 44, 45. 
William, 107. 

Baldwin. 
R., 77. 

Ball, Balls. 
John, 8. 
Jonathan, 90. 
Mrs., 90. 
Nathan, 88. 
Sarah, 8. 

Bankes. 

Thomas, 51. 

Barber. 

Sophia Pechey, 78. 
William, 78. 

Barker. 

Christopher, 37, 48, 79. 
Robert, 32, 37, 78, 81. 

Barnard. 

Alice Jane, 40. 
Charlotte, 34. 
Georgiana Jane, 40. 
Henry, 40. 
Louisa, 39, 40. 
Mabel, 40. 
Margaret Louisa, 40. 
Melesina, 39. 
Mrs., 39. 
Robert, 39, 40. 
Robert John, 39, 40. 
Robert Reynall, 40. 
Susan Emma, 40. 
Walter Robert, 40. 

Barnett. 

Elizabeth, 44, 45. 
Mr., 85. 

Barnston. 

Mrs., 80. 

Barr. 

Dr., 50. 

Barratt. 

Mrs., 46. 
Barron. 

Mrs., 6. 

Barry. 

Geraldine, 25. 

James Hugh Smith, 25. 

Bartlett. 

Edward, 107. 
Margaret, 107. 

Baskerville. 
John, 26. 



Baskett. 

John, 8, 32, 48, 82. 
Mark, 30, 46. 
Robert, 29, 30, 51. 
Thomas, 29, 51, 69, Si. 
Batchelor. 

Henry, 87, 92. 
John, 89. 
Thomas, 89. 
Bateman. 

Lord, 80. 
Bates. 

Andrew, 91. 
Edward, 91. 
Batie. 

Henry, 91. 
Bayley. 

Edward, 90. 
James Rogers, 41. 
Mary Rogers, 41. 
Mary Sage, 41. 
Matilda, 41. 
Susanna Dorothy, 41, 
Thomas, 87, 88. 
William, 41. 
William Sage, 41. 
Be . . . 

Elizabeth, 88. 
Beale. 

William, 6. 
Beauchamp. 

Richard, Lord, 16. 
Beaumont. 

Grizill, 72. 
Beche. 

Daniel, 90. 
Becher. 

Edward, 73. 
Beck. 

Daniel, 87. 
John, 6. 
Margaret, 6. 
Bcconsawe. 

Richard, 96. 
Bedding. 

Henry, SS. 
Bedford. 

William, Earl of, 19. 
Bedggood. 

Nicholas, no. 
Belcher. 

William, 101, 102. 
Bellamy. 

Joseph, 42. 
Rebecca, 42. 
Bcnham. 

Mary, 69. 

Bennet, liennctt. 

Benjamin, 113, 1 14. 
Samuel, 1 14. 



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Benning. 

Abraham, 89, 91. 

Berkeley. 

Countess Dowager of, 112. 
Sir George, 99. 
Lord, 108. 

Berkshire. 

Henry, Earl of, 55, 59. 

Berney. 

Elizabeth, 48. 
Betham. 

Sir William, 65, 66. 

Biddle. 

John, 105, 106. 

Bigg. 

John, 91. 

Bigland. 

Ralph, 53, 62, 64, 67, 68. 

Bill. 

Charles, 36, 69. 
John, 32, 71, 77. 79> Si- 
Bird. 

Maria, 49. 
Thomas, 49. 

Birt, Birte. 

Henry, 101. 

John, 94. 
Biscoe. 

Mr., 88. 
Bishop, Bishopp. 

Henry, 91. 

Martha, 72. 

Blachall. 

Theodore, 36. 
Blackett. 

John Erasmus, 4. 

Julia, 3. 

Lady, 3. 

Mrs., 3. 

Sir Edward, Bart. , 3. 
Sir William, 3. 

Blake. 

Richard, 101. 

Bloom. 

James Harvey, 25. 

Blower. 

Annis, 96. 

Deenes, 96. 

Hugh, 96. 
Bloxham. 

Roger, 85. 

Boardman, alias Coates. 
Charles, 54. 

Bocher. 

John, 94. 

Boddle. 

Josias, 91. 
Bodicoate. 

Thomas, 55. 



Boldero. 
Mr., 81. 

Bolderston. 

William, 72. 

Bond. 

Dr., 74. 

Bones. 

Charles, 8, 9. 
Charlotte, 8. 
Edward, 8. 
Elizabeth, 8. 
Emily, 8. 
John, 8. 
Mary, 8. 
Mary Ann, 8. 
Sarah, 8, 9. 
Susannah, 8, 9. 

Boreton. 

James, 89. 
Widow, 90. 

Borrell. 

Euphemia, 45. 

Boswell. 

Elizabeth, 71. 
Mr., 70. 
Robert, 71. 

Bosworth. 

William, 90. 

Boughton. 
Lady, 83. 

Bovy. 

Alice, 1. 
William, I. 

Bovingdon. 

John, 87, 92. 

Richard, 91. 

Robert, 88. 

William, 91. 
Bowles. 

John, 99. 

Bowman. 

Charles, 54. 
William, 54. 

Boyce. 

John, 4. 

Margaret Matilda, 4. 

Bradbury. 
Mrs., 82. 
Sarah, 82. 

Brakenfeilde. 
Susan, 85. 

Bramston. 

Edmund, 48. 
John, 48. 
Sir John, 86. 
Mary Ann, 48. 
Thomas Gardiner, 48. 
William, 48. 



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Brearley. 

James, 85. 
Toane, 85. 
John, 85. 
Leaver, 85. 
Mary, 85. 

Brenckworth. 
Thomas, 98. 

Brereton. 

Robert, 101, 102. 
Brett. 

John, 93. 

Mary, 93. 
Brewster. 

Hannah, 28. 

Martha, 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Richard, 28. 

Thomas, 28. 
Bridges. 

Mr., 3. 
Briod. 

Mr., 50. 
Britten. 

Richard, 101. 
Broad. 

Arthur, 7. 

Henry, 7. 

John, 101. 
Brograve. 

Mrs. J., 48. 
Bronam. 

William, 84. 
Brook, Brooke. 

Fulck, Lord, 16, 17, 

John, 85, 101. 

Margaret, Lady, 17. 

Brown, Browne. 

Edward, 92. 

John, 94. 

"William, 6, 90. 
Browning. 

John, 107. 
Bruce. 

James, 71 • 

Janet, 71. 

Margaret, 71. 

Mary, 71. 

Ninian, 71. 

Robert, 71. 

Brudenell. 

Hon. Mrs., 38. 

Bran sell. 

Samuel, 121. 

Buck. 

John, 45. 

Thomxs, 45, 47, 76. 

Buckhurst. 

Lady Cicelye, 96. 
Lord, 96. 



Buckingham. 

Edward, Duke of, 16. 

Buggin. 

Lady Cecilia Lsetitia, 66. 
Sir George, 66. 

Bugler. 

Mary Ann, 46. 
Miss, 46. 
Thomas, 46. 

Buk. 

Robert, 95. 

Bull. 

Rachel, 108. 

Bullock. 

Sarah, 79. 

Bullware, Bullwere. 
John, 85. 
Peter, 85. 

Bunbury. 

Charles, 83. 
Mary, 83. 
Mrs., 83. 
William, S3. 

Burcham. 

Mar>', 42. 
Matilda, 42. 
Sarah, 42. 
Susan, 42. 
Rebecca, 42. 
William, 42. 

Burcomb, Burcome, Barcomb. 
Elizabeth, 116. 
Robert, 114, 116, 11S. 
Sarah, 1 1 6. 

William, 108, no, ill, 1 14, 119. 

Burke. 

Henry Farnham, 93. 

Burnam, Burnham. 
Alice, 84. 
John, 84. 
Thomas, 84. 
William, 84. 

Burrowes. 

Andrew, 90. 
Robert, 8S. 

Burts. 

Henry, 10 1. 

Butcher. 

Alfred, 51. 
Charles Robert, 51. 
Elizabeth, 51. 
Elizabeth Downes, 51. 
Hannah, 51. 
John, 10S, 109. 
John Henry, 51. 
Samuel, 51. 
William, 51. 

Butler. 

Widow, 87. 



30 



Butt, Bott. 

Anne, 78. 

Elizabeth, 78. 

Fanny, 78. 

James, 78. 

John, 78. 

Sarah, 78. 

Thomas, 78. 

Walter, 73. 

William, 91. 
Butticaz. 

Miss, 50. 

Susan, 50. 
Bysshe. 

Edward, 7, 57, 

Calverley. 
Julia, 3. 
Julia, Lady, 3. 
Mrs., 3. 
Walter, 3. 

Sir Walter, Bart. , 3, 4. 
Cam, Came. 

Mary, 105, 106. 

Thomas, 100, 105, 106. 
Cameron. 

Robert, 49. 
Canterbury. 

William Sancroft, Archbishop of, 122, 
123. 

Carder. 

John, 72. 
Carew. 

Lady, 40. 

Sir Walter, 40. 
Carnegie, Carnegy. 

Elizabeth, 50. 

Jane, 49. 

John, 49. 

John Allan, 50. 
Carpenter. 

John, 99. 

May, 78. 

Thomas, 89. 
Carr. 

Sir Henry, 5. 
Carter. 

Ann Hamilton, 34. 

Charles M., 34. 

Dansic, 34. 

Ellen Harriet, 35. 

Henry Thomas, 35. 

John, 34. 

John Thomas, 35. 

Kate Emma, 35. 

Laura Catherine, 34. 

Laura Elizabeth, 34. 

Mary Dansic, 34. 

Samuel Robert, 34. 

Samuel Thomas, 34. 

Samuel William, 34, 35. 

W. B., 34. 
Cartwright. 

Mr., 81. 



Carty. 

John, 70. 

Rebecca, 70. 
Carvick. 

Anne, 74. 

Eliza, 74. 

Emily Maria, 74- 

Henry Houghton, 74- 

Marrianne Barbarina, 74. 

Marrianne Catherine, 74. 

Marrianne Georgiana Catherine, 74. 

Nelthorpe Rowan, 74. 

Thomas, 74. 

Thomas Mayer, 74. 
Cary. 

Catharine, 10. 

Henry, Lord Hunsdon, 10. 
Casburne. 

Robert, 78. 
Castelman. 

Alicia, 116. 

Jonathan, 116. 

Paul, 116. 

S., 116. 
Catch. 

John, 114. 
Caterman, Katerman. 

Elizabeth, 84. 

John, 84. 

Margery, 84. 

Ralph, 84. 

Raynold, 84. 

Roger, 84. 

Thomas, 84. 

William, 84. 

See also Quaterman. 
Cavendish. 

Henrietta, Countess of Stamford, 39. 

Lady, 87. 
Chambie. 

Hunt, 71. 
Champion. 

Alexander, 51. 

John, 97. 
Champneys. 

Mary, 107. 
Chaplin. 

John, 70. 

William, 81. 
Chapman . 

Ann Elizabeth, 34. 

C. M., 34. 

Elizabeth Seaber, 34, 35. 

Henry, 35. 

Laura Catherine, 34. 

R. L. D., 34. 

Samuel Thomas, 34. 

Susanna, 34. 

William H., 34. 
Charles I. 

King of England, 86, 97-102, 121. 
Charles II. 

King of England, 7, 101-106, 122. 



1 3 I 



Charlton. 

Sir Francis, Bart., 39. 

Thomas B., 6. 
Chase. 

James, 6. 

Margaret, 6. 

Mrs., 90. 
Chearsley. 

John, 88. 

Joshua, 91. 

Thomas, 89. 

William, 89. 
Cheetham. 

Sarah, 44. 
Cheynes. 

Lord, 89, 90, 92. 
Child. 

Edward, 90. 

Giles, 88, 89. 

James, 89. 

John, 90, 91. 

Nathan, 89. 

Timothy, 88. 

William, 89, 90. 
Childswoods. 

Mrs., 88. 
Cholmondeley. 

Reginald, 80. 
Church. 

W., 74. 
Clark, Clarke. 

Ann, 79. 

Benjamin, 79. 

Charles, 79. 

Edward, 85. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

Hannah, 101. 

Humfrey, 48. 

James, 88. 

Jeremiah, 79, 92. 

John, 79. 

Letitia, 79. 

Lucy, 79. 

Mary, 79, 92. 

Robert, 79. 

Richard, 79, 101. 

Rowland, 79. 

Sarah, 79, 92. 

William, 79, 101. 
Clayton. 

Thomas, 103. 
Cleevcland. 

Thomas, Earl of, 86. 
Clench. 

Ann, 8. 

Betty, 8. 

Job, 8. 

John, 8. 

Richard, 8. 

William, 8. 
Coates, alias Boardman. 

Charles, 54- 

Mr., 3. 



Colborne. 

Elizabeth, 107. 
Cole. 

Christopher, 103. 

Daniel, 105, 108. 

John, 96, 105, 108, 109. 

Nathaniel, 49. 

Thomas, 95, 96. 

Collens, Collins. 

Annie, 82. 

Elizabeth, 82. 

Elizabeth Martha, 82. 

John, 27. 

Mary, 27. 

Sarah, 1 19. 

William, 119. 

William Heniy, 82. 
Collett. 

Edward, 91. 
Collingwood. 

Lady, 4. 
Collys. 

John, 95. 

Coltrel. 

Henry, 120. 
Compeer. 

Stephen, 105, 106, 109, 
Compton. 

Alice, 1. 
Coney. 

Dr., 80. 
Cook, Cooke. 

Catharine, 27. 

Isaac, 27. 

James, 120. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

John, 27. 

Richard Foote, 27. 
Robert, I. 
Cooksey. 

John, 107. 

Coole. 

Edmund, 95. 
Cooper. 

Alfred, 80. 

Ann, 77. 

Edward, 77, 80. 

Elizabeth, 80. 

Emily, 80. 

Francis, 80. 

James, 77, 80. 

Mark, 77. 

Mary Ann, 77, 80. 

Sarah, 77, 80. 

Sarah Ann, 80. 

Thomas, 72. 
Coote. 

J-, 79- 
Corbett. 

Mr., 4. 

Mrs., 4. 



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Corcoran. 

James, 50. 

Cord well. 

William, 92. 

Cornock, Curnock. 
Edmund, 106. 
Elizabeth, 101-103, 106. 
Henry, 95. 

Hester, 106-108, 112, 114, 115, 117, 

120. 
Jane, 107, 1 12. 
Joane, 106, 107. 
John, 95, 106, 118, 120. 
Margaret, 106. 

Mary, 106, 112, 113, 115-118, 120. 
Nicholas, 96, 99-101, 103, 106, 107, 

112-121. 
Philip, 96. 
Robert, 95, 99, 106. 
Sarah, 106, 1 18, 1 20. 
Susannah, 120. 

Thomas, 94, 97, 98, 118, 1 19, 120. 
William, 97, 99, 103, 104, 106-115, 
117-121. 

Cosham. 

William, 105. 
Cosier. 

Edward, 45. 

Phcebe, 45. 
Costard. 

John, 88. 
Cottam. 

Charles, 67. 
Coveley. 

John, 94. 

Cox. 

E., 46. 
Crew. 

Anthony, 48. 
Crockett. 

Walter, 92. 
Crofts. 

Bridget, $2. 

Sir Charles, 52. 
Crosby. 

Mrs., 73. 
Crowder. 

S., 77- 
Crutch. 

Widow, 88. 

Curling. 

Alexander, 29. 
Currier. 

Sarah, 32. 
Curties. 

Frances, 6. 
Curzon. 

Hon. Henry, 49. 

Cust. 

Lady, 38. 

Sir John, Bart., 38. 



Dacre. 

Anne, Lady, 39. 

Lady, 25. 

Lord, 251 
Dade. 

Mr., 3. 
Dadey. 

Mrs., 70. 
Dangerfeld, Dangerfyld, Dangeru 
Daungerfeld. 

John, 94. 

Richard, 94, 95. 

Thomas, 95. 
Daniel. 

Roger, 47, 76. 
Danut. 

Nicholas, 94. 
Danvers. 

Anna, II. 

Anne, 12, 15, 16. 

Sir William, 16. 

William, 11, 15. 
Danyel. 

Nicholas, 94. 
Dartmouth. 

Frances, Countess of, 39. 

William, Earl of, 38. 
Darvell. 

Paul, 91. 
Davey. 

Mrs., 70. 
Davies. 

Thomas, 48. 
Davis. 

Aaron Wall, 50. 

Edward, 50. 

James Edward, 50. 

John William, 50. 

Mary, IOO, 107. 

Miss, 50. 

Robert, 100. 

Sarah Sophia Hannah, 50. 

Susan, 50. 

Thomas, 100, 107. 
Davison. 

Henry, 99, 121. 
Davyes. 

Richard, 96. 
Dawson. 

Madam, 47. 
Dealtry. 

Dr., 50. 
Deane. 

Edward, 46. 

Elizabeth, 46. 

William, 46, 92. 
Deare. 

Charles, 35. 

Louisa Rowley, 35. 

Margaret, 35. 

Margaret Powell, 35. 

Robert Elphinstone, 35. 



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De Bunsen. 
H. G., 46. 

De Canuill. 

William, 94. 
De Craul. 

John, 94. 

Deedes. 

Mr., 48. 

Mrs., 48. 
De la Hethe. 

Adam, 94. 

Roger, 94. 
Dennis. 

John, 90. 

Denton. 

Mary, 29. 

Mathew, 29. 

Philip William, 29, 

Polly, 29. 
Derby. 

Countess of, 38. 
De Stutescombe. 

Peter, 94. 
De Wik. 

Peter, 94. 

Thomas, 94. 
Dickson. 

Hugh, 70. 
Dilly. 

Charles, 30. 
Dimsdale. 

Baron, 48. 
Dingley. 

Charles, 102. 

Frances, 102. 
Dixon. 

Robert, 86. 
Dod. 

B., 26. 

Doe. 

Ann, 77. 
Jane, 77. 
John, 77. 
Sarah, 77. 
Sary, 77. 

Dominick. 

Andrew, 59. 
Randolph, 59. 

Dongworth. 

Mr., 73. 
Dosy. 

Robert, 94. 

W illiam, 94. 

Douglass. 

Messrs., 49. 

Down and Connor. 

Bishop of, 83. 
Doyley. 

John, 121. 



Drake. 

Jane, 87. 

Mountagu Garrard, 87. 

Mr., 90, 91. 
Drew, Drewe. 

Joane, 105, 106, no. 

Nicholas, 105, 106, HO. 
Drinkwater. 

Ellen, 73. 
Driver. 

Ann, 47. 

John, 47. 

Richard, 47. 
Drummond. 

Robert, Archbishop of York, 38. 
Duckworth. 

Lady, 40. 
Duncombe. 

Anthony, 38. 

Hon. Lady Charlotte, 39. 

Hon. Mrs., 38. 
Dunn. 

Ann, 44, 45. 

Betsy, 44, 45. 

Catharine Hannah, 44, 45. 

Charles Jonathan Frederick, 45. 

Edward, 44. 

Edward Thomas, 45. 

Elizabeth, 44, 45. 

Ellen, 45. 

Euphemia, 45. 

Frances Emma, 45. 

Hellen Elizabeth, 45. 

Henry, 44, 45. 

Jane, 44. 

Jonathan, 44. 

Jonathan Newham, 45. 

Kate, 45. 

Mary, 44, 45. 

Newham, 44. 

Phcebe, 44, 45. 

Sarah, 44, 45. 

Thomas, 44. 

William, 44, 45. 

William Henry, 45. 
Dyke. 

Edward, 4. 

Miss, 4. 

Sir John, 48. 
Dymmok. 

Walter, 94. 



Eales. 

Anthony, 90. 
James, 89. 
Robert, 87. 

Edmonds. 

John, 103. 

Effingham, 

Francis, Earl of, 61. 
Thomas, Earl of, 64, 6S. 



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Elizabeth, Queen of England, 2, 58, 

95-97, 103. 
Ellison. 

Maria Jane, 4. 

Noel Thomas, 4. 
Erskin. 

Archibald, 19. 
Evans. 

Mathew, 88. 
Everett. 

Mr., 46. 
Ewer. 

John, 88. 
Exeter. 

Brownlow, Earl of, 38. 
Eyre. 

C, 34- 

Charles, 43. 



Fagg. 

Sir John, Bart., 34. 
Fairbank. 

Ann, 47. 

Elizabeth, 47. 

John Driver, 47. 

Mary, 47. 

Sarah, 47. 

Thomas, 47. 
Farrar. 

Elizabeth, 75, 76. 
Faussett. 

Bryan, 5. 

Dr., 5. 

Feilding. 

Charlotte, 73. 
Fellow, Fellows. 

Ann, 72. 

Edward, 72. 

Mr., 81. 

Robert, 89. 
Fenner. 

Captain Parson, 29. 
Ferrand. 

B., 3- 
Ferriday. 

Anne, 25. 
Fewster. 

J-» "9- 
Field. 

John, 29, 71. 

Fielding. 

Elizabeth, 12. 
Sir William, 12. 

Fillis. 

Elizabeth, 12, 36. 
Jenny, 36. 
Mary, 36. 
Richard, 36. 
William, 36. 



Filpot. 

Thomas, 106. 
Finch. 

Anne, 82. 

Charles, 82. 

George, 82. 

James, 82. 

Jessie Kate, 82. 

Sarah Ann, 82. 

Sarah Watson, 81. 

Walter Henry, 82. 
Fisher. 

John, 87. 

Fitzhardinge. 

Maurice Frederick, Lord, 121. 
Flavel. 

John, 70. 

Flood. 

Samuel, 46. 
Flower. 

William, 62, 63. 
Foley. 

Sarah, 39. 
Fonnereau. 

Betty, 83. 

Mrs., 83. 
Foorder. 

William, 122. 
Foot, Foote. 

Catherine, 27. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

John, 26, 28. 

Mary, 26, 27, 28. 

Richard, 26, 27, 28. 

Susan, 27. 

Susannah, 27. 

Tabitha, 26, 28. 

William, 27. 
Forester. 

Brooke, 80. 

Mrs., 80. 
Forrest. 

John, 49. 

Susan, 85. 
Forster. 

Catherine Ann, 4. 

John, 4. 

T., 42. 

William, 1 14. 
Fortescue. 

Alexander, 47. 

Anne, 36. 

Mr., 40. 

Mrs., 40. 

Robert, 36. 
Foster. 

John, 87. 

Margaret, 49. 

Fox. 

Anna, 69. 
Mary, 45. 



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Francis. 

Anne, Jl. 
Freeman. 

Edward, 70. 

Elizabeth, 70. 

Gilbert, 99, 100. 

Martha, 70. 

Mary, 70. 

Mr., 48. 

Mrs., 48. 

Samuel, 70. 

William, 70. 
Fremon. 

John, 95. 
French. 

John, 107. 
Fromentin, alias Danchy. 

Margaret, 23. 
Fuller. 

John, 91. 
Fytche. 

D., 48. 

Thomas, 48. 

Galland. 

Asten, 97. 
Garbett. 

William, 5. 
Gardner, Gardiner. 

James, 92. 

John, 90, 92. 

Joshua, 89, 90. 
Garret. 

Jon., 87. 

Robert, 72. 
Gearinge. 

Henry, 121. 
George I., King of England, 55, 59, 83. 
George II., King of England, 61, 115. 
George III., King of England, 38, 54, 60, 

64, 67, 68. 
George IV., King of England, 53, 62. 
Gesse. 

John, 94. 
Gibbes, Gibbs. 

James, 98, 99, I0O. 

"Nicholas, 100. 

Thomas, 98-100. 
Gibbons. 

Edward, 89. 
Gibson. 

G., 74- 
Gilbert. 

Nathaniel, 25. 
Giles. 

Frederick, 37. 

Gill. 

W., 77- 
('■illings. 

Joseph, 106. 



Gissclock. 

Jane, 30. 
Goddard. 

Edward, 121. 
Francis, 122. 

Rainald William Knightley, 121, 
Richard, 121. 

Godden. 

Frances, 6. 
Frederick Mares, 6. 
Henrietta, 6. 
Henry, 6. 
Martha, 6. 
Mary, 6. 

Robert Wilson, 6. 
William Worcester, 6. 

Godfrey, Godfry. 
Amy, 77. 
John, 77, 78. 
Mary, 78. 
Susan, 78. 
Thomas, 77- 
William, 78. 
Golding. 

Edward, 40. 
Mrs. W. H., 6. 
W. H., 6. 

Goodrich. 

Thomas, 96. 

Gordon. 

James, 4. 

Gore. 

Arthur, Earl of Arran, 66. 
Elizabeth, Countess of Arran, 66. 
Lady Cecilia Lititia, 66. 
Gosham. 

Simon, 90. 

Gough. 

Thomas, 37. 
Graffton. 

Josiah, 112. 

Grant. 

Charles, 46. 
Mary Frances, 46. 

Grcathecrd. 

Lady Mary, 38. 
Green, Greene. 
Mary, 24. 
Robert, 24. 
Thomas, 88. 
Greenvill. 

S., 48. 
Greenwood. 

Elizabeth, 29. 
Grcvill. 

Fulck, 16. 
Sir Fulck, 16, 17. 
Margaret, 13. 

Griffin. 

John, 92. 

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Grimsdale. 

Abraham, 88. 

Richard, 87. 
Grip. 

Walter, 94. 
Groom. 

John Hindes, 42. 

Mary, 42. 
Grove. 

Elizabeth, 107. 
Grover. 

Widow, 92. 
Guibert. 

Miss, 29. 

Philip, 29. 

Polly, 29. 
Guilford. 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 21, 38. 

Francis, Earl of, 21, 38. 
Gunter. 

Thomas, 107. 
Gwynne. 

Mary, 105, 106. 

Richard, 105, 106. 
Gybbyns. 

Thomas, 97. 

Hadocke, Haydock. 

Ralph, 84, 85. 
Hale. 

Samuel, 118. 
Hall. 

Ann, 72, 73. 

Captain, 49. 

Catherine, 72, 73. 

Joseph, 72. 

Martha, 80. 

Mary, 72. 

Widow, 88. 
Hammond. 

Anne, 72. 
Hannis. 

Margaret, 106. 
Harcourt. 

Edward, Archbishop of York, 65. 

George Simon, 2nd Earl, 65. 
Harding. 

Daniel, 89. 

John, 92. 

Jonas, 87. 

Timothy, 87. 

Widow, 87. 
Harley. 

Abigail, 12, 20, 38, 39. 

Edward, 38. 

Hon. Edward, 20, 38. 

Hon. John, 38, 39. 

Margaret, 38. 

Robert, 38. 

Hon. Robert, 38. 

Sarah, 38. 

Thomas, 38, 39. 



Harneisse. 

Martha, 73. 

Harris. 

E. J., g. 
Henry, 92. 
James, 122. 

R., 30. 

Susannah, 9. 
Thomas, 88. 

Harrison. 

George, 60. 
Hart. 

Andrew, 74. 

Mary, 27. 

Thomas, 27. 

Hartford. 

Canon, 46. 

Harvey, Harvye. 
Giles, 95, 96. 
Richard, 72. 

Hashold. 

Elizabeth, 79. 
Mary, 79. 

Hat. 

Giles, 89, 92. 

Hatch. 

Stephen, 88. 

Hath way. 

Tobias, 99, 100. 
Hawker. 

Dr., 49. 

Richard, 72. 
Hawkins. 

Hugh, 121. 

John, 91. 

Hawksworth. 

Lady, 3. 

Richard, 103. 

Sir Walter, 3. 
Hayborne. 

John, 84. 

Hayley. 

William, 87, 88, 89, 90. 
Haynes. 

Ann, 32. 

Thomas, 103. 
Hayton. 

Rev. — , 30. 
Hayward. 

Sarah, 120. 

Head. 

Elizabeth, 113. 

Henry, 108, 1 13, 117, 120. 

Mary, 113. 

Sarah, 113. 

Sir J., Bart, 74. 
Heard. 

Isaac, 64, 67, 68. 

Sir Isaac, 54, 60. 



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Hearst. 

William, 122. 
Heart. 

Daniel, 116. 

J., 116. 

Heath. 

Margaret, 10. 
Sir John, 10. 

Heathfield. 

Henry, 105. 

Henry V., King of England, 94. 

Henry VII., King of England, 94. 

Henry VIII., King of England, 95. 

Henslowe. 

Mrs., 87. 
Hepburn. 

Captain, 49. 
Herbert. 

Anne, 36. 

Eliza, 36. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

George, 36. 

Henry, 36. 

Jenny, 36. 

Lord, 80. 

Mary, 36. 
Heme. 

Stephen, 88. 
Heruz. 

William, 94. 
Hervy, Hervye. 

William, 56, 57. 
Heskyns. 

Thomas, 95. 
Hesletine. 

James, 73. 
Heward. 

Joseph, 87. 
Hewett. 

John, 107. 

Hickes. 

John, 113. 

Richard, 112. 
Hickman. 

William, 112. 
Hide. 

Richard, 89. 
Iliggs. 

William, 92. 
Hill, Hills. 

Henry, Jl. 

John, 87. 

Robert, 89. 

Timothy, 88. 

William, 108, 109. 
llinton. 

A., 74- 

Edward, 73. 

John, 92. 



Hoare. 

Mr., 46. 

Mrs., 46. 
Hobbs. 

John, 90. 

Ralph, 90. 

Thomas, 91. 

William, 89. 
Hobtrowe. 

Richard, 90. 
Hodgson. 

Eliza, 26. 

John, 118. 
Holben, Holbin. 

Thomas, 102, 105. 
Holkines. 

Aly . . , 24. 

William, 24. 
Hollis. 

Hannah, 72, 73. 

Mary, 72. 

Robert, 72. 
Honner. 

Edward, 91. 
Hopkins. 

John, 119. 
Hopper. 

William, 88, 89. 
Horn. 

Elizabeth, 78. 

Sophia Pechey, 78. 

Horwood. 

Thomas, 89. 
Houghton. 

Lucy, 83. 
How. 

John, 92. 

Howard. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of Norfolk, 

35. 62, 65. 
Charles, Duke of Norfolk, 54, 60, 64, 

67, 68. 

Charles, Earl of Nottingham, 10, iS. 

Sir Charles, 10. 

Edward, Duke of Norfolk, 61. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

Lady Elizabeth, 10, 18. 

Francis, Earl of Effingham, 61. 

Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, 55, 59. 

Thomas, Earl of Effingham, 64, 6S. 

Howlett. 

Catharine, 26-28. 

Francis, 26-28. 

Jane, 27, 28. 

John, 27, 28. 

Mary, 26-28. 
Ilowse. 

Thomas, 29. 

Hughes. 

Elinor, 30. 
Elizabeth, 82. 



I3S 



Humfrey, Humphreys, Humphries. 
Dorothy, 108, 109. 
Elizabeth, 108, 109. 
Henry, 3. 
Jane, 34. 
Mr., 3. 

Nathaniel, 108, 109. 

Hunsdon. 

Henry, Lord, 10. 

Hunt. 

Henry, 91. 
John, 91. 

Huntley. 

George, 108. 

Miles, 105, 106, 108. 

Husk. 

Jane, 28. 
Richard, 28. 

Hutchinson. 
Mrs., 73. 



Igham. 

Roger, 99. 

Irvine. 

Alice Henrietta, 31. 
Andrew, 31. 
Archibald, 31. 
Bridget, 31. 
Elizabeth, 31. 
Emily Charlotte, 31. 
Margaret, 31. 
Marianne, 31. 
Marianne Eliza, 31. 
Jean, 31. 
John, 31. 

John Shakespear, 31. 
Robert, 31. 
Thomas, 31. 
Walter, 31. 



Jackson. 

Constant, 75, 76. 
Elizabeth, 42, 43, 75, 76. 
Frank, 42. 
Frederick John, 42. 
George, 43. 

George Stephen Henry, 43. 
John, 43, 75, 76. 
Joseph, 75, 76. 
Mary, 75. 
Postle, 42, 43. 
Rebecca, 43. 
Richard, 75, 76. 
Sarah, 42, 43, 75, 76. 
Stephen, 42, 43. 
W., 76. 

William, 42, 75, 76. 
William Joseph, 75. 

James I., King of England, 105, 121. 



James. 

Ann, 47. 

Blanch, 47. 

Edward, 47. 

Jane, 47. 

Martha, 47. 

Mary, 47, 103. 

Thomas, 103. 
Janynes. 

John, 94. 
Jenkins. 

Mrs., 80. 
Jenner. 

Henry, 120. 

Sarah, 117, 120. 

Stephen, 117, 120. 
Jennings. 

Henry, 108. 
Jepson. 

Arthur, 64. 

Elizabeth, 64. 

John Wilkins, 64. 
Jermyn. 

Dr., 4. 

Paulina, 4. 
Jewett. 

James, 88. 
Jobbins, Jobbyns, Jobyn. 

Thomas, 94, 98. 

William, 95, 96. 
Johnson. 

Elizabeth, 107. 

George, 107. 

Hannah, 83. 

Sarah, 114, 1 16, 1 19. 

William, 90. 
Johnston. 

David, 48. 

Jane, 48. 

John, 48. 

Sarah, 1 19. 
Jones. 

Theophilus, 108. 

William, 115, 121. 
Joynson. 

Eleanor Jane, 46. 

Frederick, 46. 
Jude. 

Sir Andrew, 56. 

Dame Mary, 56. 



Kaye. 

Sir Arthur, 21, 38. 

Elizabeth, 21, 38. 

Sir John Lyster, Bart., 38. 
Ked wards. 

Caroline, 82. 

Elizabeth Sarah, 82. 

George, 82. 
Keene. 

Lazarus, 88. 

Widow, 87. 



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Keer. 

Jonathan, 42. 

Mary, 42. 

Rebecca, 42. 
Kelk. 

Catharine, 44. 

Elizabeth, 44, 45. 

John, 44. 

Mary, 44. 

Mathew, 44. 

Phebe, 44, 45. 

William, 44, 45. 
Kendal. 

Solomon, 120. 
King. 

Amanda M., 50. 

Ann, 49. 

Edward, 101, 102. 

Henry Curzon, 49, 50. 

James Foster, 49. 

Jane Camegy, 50. 

John, 49, 50. 

John Bird, 49. 

John Carnegie, 49. 

Margaret, 49. 

Maria, 49, 50. 

Murdoch Kilbum, 49. 

Patrick Allan Camegy Foster, 49. 

Thomas, 49, 50. 

Thomas Bird, 49. 
Kinnoul. 

Thomas, Earl of, 38. 
Knight. 

Elizabeth, 105. 
Knop. 

Mary, 70. 
Knowles. 

Rachel, 28. 

Tabitha, 26, 28. 

Thomas, 26, 27, 28. 
Kynaston. 

Mrs., 80. 

Lamb. 

Eliza, 69. 
George, 69. 
John, 69. 
Martha, 69. 
Mary, 69. 
Mrs., 73. 

Sarah Elizabeth, 76. 
Lake. 

Bibyc, 80. 
Lane. 

John, 88. 

Thomas, 73. 
Langham. 

Elizabeth, 105, 108. 

Peter, 105, 106, 10S. 
Langton. 

Richard, 95. 
Lasborough. 

John] 104. 



Lathom. 

Mr., 80. 
Latimer. 

Richard, Lord, 16. 

Lawrence, Lauerence. 
Ann, 31. 
Elizabeth, 31. 
George, 31. 
Giles, 31. 
Guy, 107. 

Joane, 107. 
Samuel, 31. 
William, 95, 96. 

Lea. 

Robert, 89. 
Leared. 

Edward, 89. 
Le Dyer. 

Henry, 94. 
Legge. 

Elizabeth, Viscountess Lewisham, 21. 
George, Viscount Lewisham, 21. 
John, 94, 95. 

Le Gryp. 

William, 94. 
Leighton. 

Ann, 80. 

Anna Bella, 80. 

Anna Maria, 80. 

Charlton, 80. 

Sir Edward, 80. 

Honour, 80. 
Leith. 

Mrs., 50. 
Lely. 

Sir Peter, 52. 
Le Pottare. 

Thomas, 94. 
Lewisham. 

Elizabeth, Viscountess, 21, 38. 

George, Viscount, 21, 38. 
Leybourne. 

Ann, 74. 
Lince. 

Ann, 81. 

Benjamin, 81. 

Elizabeth, 81. 

Ellice, 81. 

Frances, 81. 

Francis, 81. 

William, 81. 

Linck, Link, Lynke. 

Thomas, 103, 105, 119. 
Liptrott. 

A., 74. 
Little. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

William, 31. 
Litton. 

William, 103. 



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Lloyd, Loyd. 

Dr., 70. 

Edward, 73. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Miss, 80. 

Sir Charles, 80. 
Loaton. 

Peter, 88. 
Lock. 

Thomas, 54, 67. 
Lodge. 

Ellinor, 71. 

Francis, J I. 

Lofft, Loft. 

Capel, 4, 81. 
Laura Capel, 4, 81. 
Miss, 46. 
Sarah Capel, 81. 
Sarah Watson, 81. 

Londonderry. 

Lucy, Countess Dowager of, 70. 
Long. 

Robert, 114. 

Longeford. 

William, 94. 
Lord. 

Andrew, 29. 

Betty, 29. 

Elizabeth, 29. 

George, 29. 

Joe, 29. 

John, 29. 

Joseph, 29. 

Martha, 29. 

Mary, 29. 

Peter, 29. 

Posthumous, 29. 

Simon, 29. 

Thomas, 29. 

William, 29. 

Lovet, Lovett. 

Aaron, 80. 

Timothy, 90. 
Lucy. 

Jane, 14, 16. 

William, 15, 16. 
Lumley. 

Frances, 73- 

John, 73. 
Luscombe. 

Bishop, 5- 
Lutterell. 

Mrs., 3. 
Lygon. 

Lady Elizabeth, 16. 

Richard, Lord Beauchamp, 16. 

Mabbott. 

John, 107. 
Mackie. 

Elizabeth, 4. 



Mackmillian. 
William, 91. 

Maish. 

Thomas, 118. 

Maltmon. 

William, 94. 

Mann. 

Abraham, 26. 
Alfred, 26. 
Emily, 26. 
George, 26. 
Henry, 26. 
Katherine, 26. 
Packman J. , 26. 
Susanna, 26. 

Mares. 

Anne, 6. 
John, 6. 

Marklove. 

Robert, 113. 

Marling. 

Edward, 106. 

Marsh. 

Elizabeth, 29. 

Marten, Martyn. 
Anthony, 121. 
Jeremiah, 102. 
Edward, 121. 
Gabriel, 121. 
Thomas, 121. 

Mary, Queen of England, 56, 110. 
Mason. 

John, 60, 61. 

Mathew. 

Dame Mary, 56. 

Thomas, 56. 
May, Mey. 

Anthony, 98, 99. 

Agnes, 97. 

Arthur, 97. 

Edmond, 95. 

Edward, 97. 

Joan, 94, 95, 97. 

Robert, 78, 94, 97. 

Thomas, 95. 

Walter, 97. 
Mayer. 

Marrianne Barbarina, 74. 
Mayhew. 

Miles, 69. 

Maynard. 

Viscountess, 5. 

Mays. 

Ann, 2. 
Betsy, 2. 
Mary, 2. 
Peggy, 2. 
Susan, 2. 
William, 2. 



141 



McLeod. 

Celia, 49. 
Normand, 49. 

Meacock. 
John, 90. 

Meads. 

Kate, 45. 

Mellowes. 

Katherine, 48. 

Mempris. 

Hillary, 86. 

Mericke. 

Richard, 98. 

Meriton. 

Elizabeth, 93. 

George, 93. 

John, 93. 

Mary, 93. 

Mathew, 93. 
Merrill. 

J-> 3°- 
Milbome. 

John, 103. 

Lady Martha, 38. 
Miles. 

Ann, 69. 

John, 88. 

Joseph, 92. 

Rebeckah, 69. 

Robert, 69. 

William, 88. 

Mill, Mills. 
David, 60. 
F. R., 50. 
Jane, 103. 
Mr., 48. 

Millard. 

Mary, 107. 

Miller. 

Francis, 40. 
M. H., 6. 

Milncr. 

Charles, 67. 

Minett. 

Joseph, 118. 

Moffit. 

John, 71. 

Moises. 

Hugh, 5. 

Montague. 

Lady Catherine, 72. 
Hon. Oliver, 72. 

Moor, Moore, More. 

Elizabeth, 114, 116, 119, 
George, 69. 

John, 84, 114, 116, 119. 

Moorlcy. 

Teresa, 68. 



Moreton. 

Henry, 87. 

Nathaniel, 87. 

Widow, 87. 

William, 89. 
Morse. 

Edward, 103, 107. 

Elizabeth, 113. 

Hannah, 113. 

John, 113, 115. 
Motun. 

Adam, 94. 
Moule. 

Mary, 92. 
Mulle. 

Thomas, 94. 
Munday, Mundy. 

John, 119. 

Martha, 119. 

Nicholas, 94. 

Thomas, 95, 97-99. 

William, 119. 

Musket. 

Margaret, 35. 



Nappet. 

Martha, 69. 
Nash. 

James, 91. 

John, 88, 90, 91. 

Richard, 89, 92. 

Walter, 91. 

William, 90, 91. 
Nayler. 

Sir George, 53, 62, 65. 
Neale. 

Arthur, 104. 

Nelmc, Nelmcs. 

John, 114, 115. 

"Mary, 107. 

Richard, 98. 

Susannah, 114, 115. 
Nelson. 

S., 79- 
Nevell, Nevill, Neville. 

Catherine, Countess of Westmoreland, 
16. 

Edward, 105. 
Francis, 105. 
Henry, 105. 
Lady Margaret, 16. 
Mr., 3. 

Ralph, Earl of Westmoreland, 16. 

Richard, Lord Latimer, 16. 
Neveport. 

William, 94. 
Newcomb. 

Thomas, 36, 69, 71. 
Newportc. 

Richard, 85. 



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Nichols. 

Ann, 47. 
Night. 

Harry, 1 18. 
Noble. 

John, 91. 

Norfolk. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of, 53, 62, 65. 
Charles, Duke of, 54, 60, 64, 67, 68. 
Edward, Duke of, 61. 
Thomas, Duke of, 55, 59. 

North. 

Hon. Brownlow, Bishop of Winchester, 
38, 39- 

Elizabeth, Countess of Guilford, 21. 
Elizabeth, Lady, 38. 
Francis, Earl of Guilford, 21, 38. 
Lady, 40. 

Lady Louisa, 13, 21, 38. 

Norton. 

Bonham, 77. 

Norwood, Norwoode. 
Henry, 87. 
James, 90, 92. 
Widow, 90. 

Notcutt. 

Thomas F., 68. 

Nottingham. 

Howard, Earl of, 9. 

Sir Charles, Earl of, 10, 18. 

Nowell. 

John, 119. 
Peter, 72. 

Noyes. 

Sarah, 105. 
Thomas, 105. 



Oakley. 

William, 89. 

Odyngsale. 

Anne, 14. 

Edward, 14. 
Ogibby. 

Mr., 71. 

Oke. 

W. S., 46 
Oldfield. 

Thomas, 106. 
Olorenshaw. 

Elizabeth, 24. 

Mary, 24. 

William, 24. 
Onion. 

John, 113. 

Oswald. 

Maurice, 104. 
Otway. 

Sir Robert Waller, 53. 



Owen. 

Elinor, 30. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

Ellin, 30. 

Hugh, 30. 

Jane, 30. 

John, 30. 

William, 30. 
Oxford. 

Countess, Dowager of, 38. 

Edward, Earl of, 20, 38. 

Susanna, Countess of, 38. 

Pace. 

William, 116. 
Packer. 

Richard, 107. 
Paget. 

Henry, Lord, 38. 
Paine. 

Francis, 89. 
Pakenham. 

Isabella Mary, 33. 

Thomas, 33. 
Palmer. 

Mrs., 3. 
Panyer. 

William, 94. 
Paramor. 

Thomas, 72. 
Parker. 

Peter, 88. 
Parnell. 

Martha, 73. 
Parrat, Parrett. 

John, 91. 

Ralph, 91. 
Parsons. 

John, 97. 
Partridge. 

Anne, 109. 

John, 109. 
Patience. 

Catherine Hogg, 76. 

Charles, 76. 

Charles Emanuel, 76. 

Elizabeth, 76. 

Elizabeth Kerridge, 76. 

John Thomas, 76. 

Joseph, 76. 

Mary, 76. 

Mary Ann, 76. 

Mary Kerridge, 76. 

Sarah Elizabeth, 76. 

Thomas, 76. 
Pattrick. 

Charles Thomas, 25. 

George, 25. 

John, 25. 

Mary, 25. 

Mary Anne, 25. 

Thomas, 25. 



[ 43 



Payne. 
J-, 74- 

Paysse or Payssye. 
William, 85. 

Peachey. 

Joseph, 78. 

Pearce. 

Anna, 106. 

Edward, 108, 112, 1 13. 
Mary, 107, 108. 
Ralph, 107, 108, no. 
Sarah, 120. 

Thomas, no, 1 12, 113, 119, 120. 
William, 114, 116, 119, 120. 

Peed. 

Benjamin, 88. 

Pegler. 

Jeremiah, 115. 
Judith, 115. 

Peirce. 

Henry, 91. 
Thomas, 91, 1 09. 

Penice. 

Charles, 89. 

Pennard. 

Dudley, 89. 

Pennington. 
John, 87. 

Pepys. 

Henry, Bishop of Worcester, 22. 

Perceval. 

Beatrice, 4. 

Cecil Henry Spencer, 5. 
Ernest Augustus, 4. 
Lady Margaret, 4. 
Hon. Spencer, 4. 
Spencer, 4. 

Peyto. 

Mrs., 38. 

Philip, King of England, 56. 

Phillipps, Phillips, Phclipes. 
James, 105. 
John, 98, 105. 
William, 97, 105. 

Pick. 

James, 120. 

Tigot. 

Anne, 72. 
Catherine, 72. 
Charles, 73. 
Edward, 73. 
Edward Lloyd, 73. 
Elizabeth, 72-74. 
Ellen, 73. 
Elton, 72. 
1 [annah, 72. 
1 [enry, 73. 
Mollis, 72-74. 



Pigot, continued. 

John, 72, 73. 

Martha, 72. 

Mary, 72. 

Richard, 72, 73. 

Robert, 72, 73. 

Thomas, 73. 

William, 73. 
Pinfold. 

John, 106. 
Pingo. 

Benjamin, 67, 68. 

Thomas, 67, 68. 
Pinnell. 

William, 9S. 

Pitt. 

M., 80. 
Pleydell. 

Edward, 116. 

Mary, 116. 

Penelope, 1 16. 

Thomas, 96. 
Pole. 

Lady, 3. 

Sir William, 4. 
Pool. 

Sir John, 3. 
Pope. 

Daniel, IOI, 102, 112-115. 
Elizabeth, 101. 
John, 113, 115. 
Sarah, 101. 
Susannah, 115. 
Thomas, 98, 101, 102. 
Portal. 

Robert, 40. 

Portland. 

Margaret, Dowager Duchess of, 3S. 
Portman. 

Mrs., 3. 
Post. 

Elizabeth, 79. 

Frederic James, 79- 

Jacob, 79. 

John, 79. 

Mary, 79. 

Sarah, 79. 
Postle. 

Eleanor, 42. 

Elizabeth, 42, 43. 

Thomas, 42. 
Potts. 

Mrs., 3. 
Poulteney. 

James, 85. 

Richard, S5. 

Thomas, 85. 
Powell. 

Jo., 122. 
Powys. 

Jane, 48. 



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Pratt. 

Thomas, 92. 

Timothy, 87. 
Prestwood. 

John, 98. 
Pretyman. 

Robert, 42. 

Susan, 42. 
Price. 

Hugh, 79- 

John, 92. 

Laurence, 114. 
Proby. 

John, 87. 
Prous. 

Thomas, 108. 
Prujean. 

Francis, 57. 
Purlewent. 

Thomas, 94. 
Purnell. 

John, 97, 104. 

Mary, 104. 



Quaterman. 
Alice, 85. 
John, 85. 
Roger, 85. 
Thomas, 85. 
William, 85. 
See also Caterman. 



Rabett. 

George William, 5. 

Lady Louisa, 5. 

Mary, 5. 

Reginald, 5- 
Radnor. 

Countess of, 38. 
Raleigh. 

Frances, 16. 

George, 16. 
Randolph. 

William, 73. 
Raunce. 

John, 91. 
Raymond. 

Job, 88. 

Rayne. 

Ann, 51. 
Cuthbert, 51. 
Mary, 51. 
Robert, 51. 
Thomas, 51. 

Read. 

Bridget, 52. 
Sir John, 52. 
Thomas, 52. 

Redding. 

Henry, 88. 



Redman. 

John, 103. 
Redston, Redstone. 

Joseph Daniel, 68. 

Joseph Luke, 68. 

Teresa, 68. 
Reed, Reede. 

Ann, 73. 

John, 91. 

Thomas, 73, 74- 
Reynoldes. 

William, 96. 

Richard II., King of England, 94. 

Richardson. 

Ann, 46. 

John, 46. 

Mrs., 3. 
Riches. 

John, 78. 

Sophia Pechey, 78. 

Rickets. 

John, 112. 
Ritson. 

B., 34. 35- 
Rivington. 

Charles, 30, 77. 

Francis, 30. 

John, 30. 
Roberts. 

Daniel, 90. 
Robynson. 

John, 84. 
Rock. 

Jo., 66. 

Rolfe, Rolph. 

George, 119, 120. 

Hannah, 47- 
Rooth. 

Abraham, 32. 

Margaret, 32. 

Richard, 32. 

Susanna, 32. 

William, 32. 

Rose. 

John, 89. 
Rosenhagen. 

J., 40. 
Ross, Rosse. 

Alice, 70. 

Aunt, 70. 

John, 84. 
Rous. 

John, 105. 

Thomas, 108, 112. 
Rowning. 

Mary, 46. 
Rudrupp. 

Edmund, 89. 

Rushen. 

Percy Charles, 5. 

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Russell. 

Lady Diana, 19. 
Mr., 91. 

William, Earl of Bedford, 19. 
Rutt. 

Laurence, 114, 115. 

Mary, 114, 115. 
Rutter. 

Joseph, 48. 

Samuel, 48. 
Ryan. 

Edmund, 70. 

Rymer. 

Anne, 30. 

Christopher, 30. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

Jane, 30. 

John, 73. 

John Snaith, 30. 

William Henry, 30. 



Sackvyle. 

Sir Thomas, 96. 
Sadler. 

John, 81. 

Salter. 

David, 90. 
John, 89, 92. 

Sambrooke. 
Mrs., 80. 

Sancroft. 

William, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
122, 123. 
Sanigcr, Sanoger, Sonager. 

Edward, 104, ill. 

John, 96, in. 

Morice, 95. 

Thomas, 95, 96, 104. 

William, 104, ill. 
Sargeaunt. 

Ann, 41. 

Edward, 41. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

John, 41. 

Mary, 41. 

Sarah, 41. 

William, 41. 

Saunders. 

Thomas, 92. 
Savory. 

Richard, 99. 

Thomas, 49. 
Schreiber. 

Mar)', 46. 

William, 46. 
Scott. 

David, 37. 

Hannah, 37. 

James, 37. 

John, 37. 



Seager. 

Elizabeth, 103, 105. 

Maurice, 103. 

Sarah, 103, 105. 
Selewyn. 

Nicholas, 94. 
Sewell. 

Ann, 46. 

Elizabeth, 46. 

James, 46. 

Mary, 46. 

Sarah, 46. 

Thomas, 35. 
Shakespear. 

Marianne, 31. 
Sheppard. 

Richard, 90. 
Shipway. 

John, 116. 
Short. 

Mrs., 46. 
Shrimpton. 

Christopher, 87. 
Shrubsall. 

Sarah, 77. 
Simon. 

Mary, 73. 

Robert, 73. 
Skeffington. 

Jack, 83. 

Lady, 83. 
Skey. 

John, 94. 
Slack. 

Mary, 34. 
Slade. 

Thomas, 121. 
Slater. 

Richard, 91. 
Sloss. 

Mr., 44. 
Smee. 

Sarah, 75, 76. 
Smith, Smithe. 

John, 103, 104, 110. 

Joseph, 107, no. 

Maurice, 113. 

Michael, 117, 118. 

Samuel, 105, no. 

Sarah, 103, 105. 

Thomas, 85. 
Smithson. 

Christopher, 93. 

Elizabeth, 93. 
Smyth, Smythc. 

Alice, 100. 

John, 84, 98, no. 

Joseph, 107. 

Richard, 97, 106. 

Sarah, 106. 

Thomas, 97, IOO. 

William, 10C. 



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Soulsby. 
Mrs., 4. 

South. 

Ann, 82. 
George, 82. 
Harriet, 82. 
Harvey, 82. 
James, 85. 
Jane, 85. 
Joan, 85. 
John, 85. 

Mary Cornwell, 82. 
Robert, 85. 
Sarah, 82. 
Thomas, 91. 

Southwell. 

Catherine, 13, 17. 

Lady Elizabeth, 10, 17. 

George, 17. 

Grevill, 17. 

John,. 17. 

Katharine, 15, 18. 

Richard, 17. 

Robert, 18. 

Sir Robert, 10, 17. 
Sowthen. 

Nathan, 88. 
Spang. 

Henry, 75. 

Henry Michael, 75. 

James, 75- 

Joseph, 75- 

Mary, 75- 

William Henry, 75. 

Spinlar. 

William, 84. 
Spurgin. 

John, 37. 

Spurstowe. 

Mrs., 85. 
Stacham. 

William, 90. 

Stafford. 

Edward, Duke of Buckingham, 16. 
Lady Catherine, 16. 
Thomas, 74. 

Stamford. 

Henrietta, Countess of, 39. 

Stamps. 

Ann, 32. 

John, 32. 

Joseph, 32. 

Richard, 32. 

Samuel, 32. 

Thomas, 32. 
Stanes. 

Amy, 77- 
Staples. 

J., 79- 
Staunton. 

John, 63. 



Stephens. 

Mrs., 40. 

Walter, 110. 
Stephenson. 

Biddy, 29. 
Stevens. 

Thomas, 88. 
Stone, Stones. 

Elizabeth, 100. 

John, 107. 

William, 100- 102, 107. 
Stonehouse. 

Francis, 122. 
Strahan. 

A., 34. 

William, 43. 

Strangways. 

Henry Ludlow, 119. 
Stratton. 

Thomas, 121. 
Strong. 

Mary, 83. 

Mary Bunbury, 83. 

Thomas, 83. 

William, 83. 
Strutt. 

Mrs., 48. 
Summer. 

John, 114. 
Surrey. 

Warrenne, Earl of, 9. 
Swanley. 

John, 94. 
Swetenham. 

Alice, 1. 

William, I. 



Tait. 

Joseph, 48. 
Tame, Thame. 

Alice, Lady Verney, 14. 

Alice, 16. 

Edmund, 16. 
Tanner. 

Dr., 91. 
Taylor, Taylour. 

A. J., 40. 

Charlotte, 40. 

Col., 40. 

Ellinor, 70. 

Fitzwilliam, 40. 

Georgiana Jane, 40. 

Henry, 94. 

John, 70, 71, 98, 106. 
John, alias Rodman, 107. 
Mary, 70, ^\. 
Mr., 80. 
Mrs., 40. 
Pierce, 40. 
Reynell, 40. 
Walter, 94. 



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Tebbs. 

Antoinette, 26. 
Sir Benjamin, 26. 
George, 26. 
Jane, 26. 

Susannah, Lady, 26. 

William, 26. 
Tench. 

Charles, 70. 

Constance, 70. 

Ellinor, 70. 

Frances, 70. 

John, 70. 

Lucy, 70. 

Mary, 71. 

Philip Hore, 71. 

Robert, 70. 

Thomas, 70. 

William, 71. 
Thistlethwayte. 

Alexander, 122. 

Katherine, 122. 
Thompson. 

Sarah, 8. 

Sir William, 3. 

William, 88. 
Thorpe. 

Martha, 72. 

Nicholas, 96. 
Thurburne. 

John, 72. 
Thurston. 

Robert, 105, 107. 
Tighe. 

Mrs., 50. 

W., 50. 
Tilladam. 

Richard, 96. 
TindaU. 

Richard, 97. 
Tippctts. 

Rebecca, 104. 

Richard, 104, 1 17. 

Sarah, 104. 

William, 104, 107, 1 17 
Tipping. 

Richard, 90. 
Todd. 

Richard, 90. 
Tolderve. 

James, 84. 

Toke. 

Mr., 48. 

Mrs., 48. 
Townsend. 

Fred, 40. 

Gore, 40. 

Henry, 40. 

Joseph, 40. 

Mrs. Joseph, 40. 

Louisa, 40. 

Louisa Anne, 40. 



Toyte. 

Walter, 94. 
Trayham. 

Thomas, 1 19. 
Trebeck. 

Dr., 80. 
Trefery. 

Joseph Thomas, 23. 
Trego, Tregoe. 

John, 91. 

William, 92. 
Trench. 

Hon. Mrs., 5. 
Trenchard. 

Hon. Mrs., 3. 
Trevelyan. 

Alfred Wilson, 4. 

Ann, 3. 

Arthur, 4. 

Beatrice, 4. 

Catherine Ann, 4. 

Charlotte, 3. 

Edward Spencer, 4. 

Elizabeth, 4. 

Emma, 4. 

Frances, 3. 

George, 3-5. 

George Thomas, 4. 

Helena Caroline, 5. 

John, 3, 4. 

Sir John, 3, 4. 

John Wilson, 4. 

Julia, 3, 4. 

Laura Agnes, 5. 

Laura Capel, 4. 

Margaret Matilda, 4. 

Maria, 4. 

Maria Jane, 4. 

Paulina, 4. 

Raleigh, 4, 5. 

Susannah, 3. 

Walter, 4. 

Walter Blackett, 4, 5. 

Walter Calverley, 4. 
Tripet. 

Mar)', 41. 

Richard, 41. 
Trotman, Tratman. 

Martha, 117. 

Samuel, 87, 98, 105, 106, 1 10, III. 

Thomas, 97-99, 100. 

William, 98, 102, 117, 118. 
Troup. 

Janet, 71. 
Tuly. 

William, 88. 
Turner, Turnor. 

Bryan, 73. 

John, 96. 
Turpin. 

Thomas, 89. 
Tyther. 

John. 111. 



Underwood. 
Caleb, 66. 

Lady Cecilia Lsetitia, 66. 
Elizabeth, 66. 
Richard, 66. 
Robert Thomas, 66. 

Vaile. 

W. P., 6. 
Vanbrugh. 

Sir John, SS, 59. 
Vaughan. 

Edward Thomas, 51. 
Venn. 

Richard, 108. 
Verney. 

Abigail, 20. 

Alice, 16. 

Alice, Lady, 14. 

Anna, II. 

Anna, Lady, II. 

Anne, 14-16. 

Lady Catherine, 10. 

Lady Diana, 19. 

Edmund, 12. 

Elizabeth, 4, 12, 17, 18. 

Frances, 16. 

Frances, Lady Willoughby de Broke, 20. 
Francis, 39. 
Francis Peyto, 38. 
George, 14-18, 38. 

George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 38. 
Sir George, 10. 

Sir George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 

10, 20. 
George Peyto, 38. 

Georgiana Jane, Lady Willoughby de 

Broke, 22. 
Grevill, 17-19, 23. 

Grevill, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 17. 
Sir Greville, 10, 13, 15, 17-20, 23. 
Henrietta, 39. 
Henry, 38, 39. 

Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 
23, 25. 

Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de 

Broke, 22. 
Hon. Henry, 39. 
Hon. Katherine, 25. 
Jane, 15, 16. 
John, 12, 15, 17, 20, 38. 
John Peyto, 38. 

John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de 

Broke, 13, 20, 21, 39. 
Katharine, Lady, 15, 18. 
Katherine, 25. 
Louisa, 38, 39. 

Louisa, Lady Willoughby de Broke, 21. 

Margaret, 15-17, 20, 38. 

Margaret, Lady Willoughby de Broke, 

10, 17, 22, 38. 
Lady Margaret, 15. 
Maria, 38. 
Hon. Mrs., 38. 



Verney, continued. 

Richard, 9, II, 12, 14, 15, 17, 20, 

Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke. 
10, 17, 20. 

Sir Richard, 13, 15-17. 

Robert John, 22. 

Sarah, 20, 38. 

Thomas, 16, 38. 

William, 19, 20, 38. 
Vernon. 

Edward Venables, Archbishop of York, 
65- 

Vidal. 

— > 50. 
Vidler. 

William, 105. 
Vigors. 

Margaret, 70. 

Thomas, 70. 
Vincent. 

Henry, 91. 

Wade. 

Walter, 3. 
Wakefield. 

John, 71. 
Wallington. 

Alicia, 116. 

John, 116. 

Richard, 116. 

Samuel, 112. 
Ward. 

G., 31. 

Knox, 60. 
Ware. 

Thomas, 91. 
Waring. 

John, 73. 
Warner. 

Jane, 24. 

Roger, 24. 

Thomas, 24. 
Warwick. 

Beauchamp, Earl of, 10. 
Wastfeild. 

Richard, 104. 
Watson. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

Joseph, 30. 
Watts. 

Stephen, 113. 
Webb, Webbe. 

Daniel, 104. 

John, 90. 

Mary, 115. 

Nicholas, 96, 112. 

Obadiah, 115. 

Richard, 91. 

Thomas, 105. 

Walter, 88. 
Weight. 

Edward, 1 13, 1 14, 1 15, 117. 

Mary, 117. 



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Welter. 

Edward, 35. 
Eliza, 35. 
Elizabeth, 35. 
John, 35. 
Katherine, 35. 
Richard, 35. 

Wells. 

Ada Fanny, 79. 
Ellen, 85. 
John, 85. 
Judeth, 85. 
Mary, 79. 
Mary Ann, 79. 
Sarah, 85. 
Thomas, 85. 
William, 85. 

Wenman. 

Eliz., 18. 

Wentworth. 

Thomas, Lord, 86. 

Weoley. 

Alice, 1. 

Christopher, I, 2. 
Henry, I. 
John, 1. 
Margaret, I. 
Richard, I. 
Thomas, I, 2. 
William, I. 

Westbrooke. 
Mr., 48. 
Mrs., 48. 

Westmoreland. 

Rudolph, Earl of, 16. 

Westoby. 

William, 72. 

Wetenhall. 

Richard, 96. 

Wetherall. 

Alexander, 33. 

Augusta Mary Adolphina, 33. 

Captain, 33, 34. 

Charles, 33. 

D'Arcy Pakenham, 33. 

Edward, 33. 

Edward Bingham Campbell, 33. 
Eliza Ann, Lady, 33. 
Elizabeth, 33, 34. 
Frances Diana, Lady, 33. 
Frederick, 33. 
Frederick Augustus, 33, 34. 
Sir Frederick Augustus, 33. 
George Augustus, 33. 
Sir George Augustus, 33. 
Isabella Mary Eliza, 33. 
John Francis, 33. 
Mary, 34. 

Pritzler Charles Augustus, 33. 
Robert Alexander, 33. 
Selina Fanny, 33. 
William Rowley, 33. 



Wharley. 

Mr., 92. 
Whatman. 

James, 6. 
Wheeler. 

Mrs., 38. 
White. 

Benjamin, 30. 
Whitelegg. 

Charlotte Susanna, 46. 

Eleanor Jane, 46. 

Elizabeth Christie, 46. 

Mary Ann, 46. 

Mary Frances, 46. 

William, 46. 
Whittock. 

John, 114, 1 16-118. 

Margareta, 114, 115. 
Wilde. 

William, 88. 
Wilkes. 

J-, 47- 
Wilkie. 

J-, 74. 76. 
Wilkins. 

Elizabeth, 64, 106, 107. 

James, 107- 1 13. 

John, 64, 103, 107. 
Wilkinson. 

Jonas, 91. 

Joseph, 70. 

Widow, 90. 
Willett. 

Edward, ioi, 102. 

William III., King of England, 110. 
William IV., King of England, 65, 66. 

Williams. 

William, 121. 
Williamson. 

Ann, 36. 

John, 36. 

Mr., 70. 

Nancy, 36. 

Richard, 36. 

Robert, 36. 
Willis. 

Christopher, 9S. 
Willoughby. 

Dowager Lady, 38. 

Edward, 16. 

Elizabeth, 16. 

Francis, 76. 

Lady, 38. 

Robert, Baron Brooke, 16. 
Willoiighby de Broke. 
Elizabeth, Lady, 16. 
Frances, Lady, 20. 
George, Lord, 38. 
Sir George, Lord, 10, 20. 
Georgiana Jane, Lady, 22. 
Geraldine, Lady, 25. 



I 



So 



Willoughby de Broke, continued. 
Henry, Lord, 23, 25. 
Henry Peyto, Lord, 22. 
John Peyto, Lord, 13, 20, 21, 39. 
Lady, 40. 

Lord, 10, 22, 38-40. 

Margaret, Lady, 10, 17, 22, 38. 

Richard, Lord, 10, 17, 20. 
Wilmot. 

Mary, 74. 
Wilson. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

Maria, 4. 

Mary, 26. 

Lady, 4, 5. 

Sir Thomas Spencer, Bart., 4. 

Thomas, 26. 

Thomas Maryon, 4. 
Wiltshire. 

Sarah, in. 
Winch. 

Mr., 89. 
Winchester. 

Hon. Brownlow North, Bishop of, 39. 

John, 90. 
Wingfeild. 

Christopher, 91. 

John, 90, 92. 

Martha, 85. 

Timothy, 90. 

Widow, 90. 
Wise. 

John, 6. 

Wither, Withers, Wyther, Wythers. 

Joane, 105, 106. 

John, 102, 105, 106, 109. 

Thomas, 104, 109. 
Wjttney. 

William, 88. 
Wood, Woods. 

Charles, 64. 

Constant, 75, 76. 

Elizabeth, 64. 
Woodhouse. 

John, 5. 

Laura Agnes, 5. 
Woodroffe, Woodruffe. 

James, 119. 

Mary, 119. 

Susannah, 119. 
Wootton. 

Martha, 85. 

Richard, 85. 
Worcester. 

Henry Pepys, Bishop of, 22. 
Worrill. 

James, 88. 

Thomas, 88. 



Wrangle. 

Elizabeth, 26. 
Wright. 

T., 77- 

Thomas, 86, 87. 

Wyat, Wyatt. 

Ann, 8. 

E. C, 8. 

James, 8. 

John, 8. 

John C, 8. 

Theadore Ann, 8. 

Thomas, 8. 

William, 92. 

William Thomas, 8. 
Wye. 

Richard, 95. 
Wyer. 

Samuel, 89. 

Wygins. 

Elizabeth, 84. 
Hew, 84. 
John, 84. 
Roger, 84. 
William, 84. 

Wyndham. 

Alexander Wadham, 4. 

Emma, 4. 

Sir William, 3. 

William, 4. 
Wynter. 

John, 94. 

Wyse. 

Thomas, 84. 
William, 84. 



Yarrowe. 

Francis, 89. 

Henry, 88. 
Yeates. 

Benjamin, 79. 

Yeoman. 

Joseph, 104. 

Yerbury. 

Daniel, 122. 
York. 

Robert Drummond, Archbishop of, 38. 
Edward Venables Vernon, Archbishop 
of, 65. 

Young. 

Charles George, 66. 
John, 89. 



Zellman. 

Charles, 103. 



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